sleeping cat

"Cats are rather delicate creatures and they are subject to a good many ailments, but I never heard of one who suffered from insomnia."

Joseph Wood Krutch


Cats are championship sleepers. They spend a lot of time practicing sleep and have perfected the art of the catnap. A sleeping cat can be a soothing, comforting sight.

Or an extremely silly sight. Because some cats sleep in poses and positions that simply cannot be believed, poses that would make a contortionist wince.

Therefore I inaugurate...

THE SILLY SLEEPING POSE OLYMPICS!

The prize is laughter for the humans, an affectionate scritching of the ears for the moggy. May the best snoozing contortionist win!


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SOLOS

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Roscoe
Roscoe in Pass The Prozac,
I'm Like, So Tense
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© Beth Johnson

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DUETS

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Silk and Polgara
This splashy display by Silk and Polgara is the Spiral-Spine Broken-Necked Arch Deluxe.
©Laura Norman

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STILL LIFE

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Dimension
Dimension in Chinese Still Life: Egg Fu Moggy.
© Jessie-Lor, Wichita, Kansas

INTERNET ANONYMOUS

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kitten hugging radiator
The ever-popular Upright Radiator Hugathon.

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If you enjoyed these pages, check out my Tales of the Moggy Horde. They're found on the Moggyblog. It covers years of service to Bast and her children, the coming and going of many cats, subjects ranging from a cat's favorite hobby (throwing up) to pet insurance to the endless search for the world's best cat litter. line

And now, one of those things that makes its way through the web, showing us what we already suspected, though we may pretend not to know...cats are space aliens!


cats are space aliens
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One final piece of silliness. Guess which kitten ate the coffee beans!

kitten pile
Courtesy of Lea Hernandez.

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cat faces

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Last update: June 2009