Planking, draped and folded in half: Adorable pictures of cats sleeping in awkward positions show they REALLY DO sleep anywhere
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While cats are already known to sleep anywhere, with books and websites helping document it, one collection of pictures really raises the bar on awkward.
Seen draped over a laundry rack, spooning one another on a couch, and even in one cat”s case planking in camouflaging white fur and bed sheets, the cats may also steer the envious idea that they get far more deeper and relaxing sleep than we do.
Of course, with one cat seen nearly passed out inside a dyer, and another across the a face of a dog, this may not always be such a good and safe thing, especially in the case of the cat passed out on a hot tin roof.
Hanging out: A cat idles across the bars on a laundry rack, in an at first perceived awkward position, until noticing its tranquil face and jello hind legs
Beside himself: Seen entirely tuckered out, an orange and white kitten slumbers while folded in half on the couch
Stretching out: A white cat hangs its head and tiny jaw down beneath its belly while taking in a snooze
The acrobat: While already a natural-born talent on the balance beam, a black and white cat shows off its flexibility while folding itself on a box
Cuddling up: A pair of cats are caught snuggling up together beneath an orange fleece blanket
Spooners: A gray cat is caught getting frisky with its friend, or sneaking up behind to snatch him by his throat
Planking: This white cat could be hardly noticed while sleeping stiff as a board across a camouflaging white sheet
Curve appeal: Perhaps heated up by the sun, a cat basks in a round dish left outside
Window watcher: After potentially playing look out for mice scurrying below, an orange and white cat is caught impressively draped across a window”s bars
Hot tin roof: Perhaps taking a cue from Tennessee Williams” famous 1955 play, two cats are seen taking in some sunshine
Warmth: Another cat curls up in some warm laundry, a potentially dangerous move should the door close on him
Living it up: A gray cat hopes to blend in unnoticed while snoozing across a far more larger black dog
The stretch: Held in place by two other cats serving like the ends on a book shelf, a middle cat slumbers with its arms stretched toward the sky
Tucked in: Seen with a wide smile and two closed eyes, a cat basks in its nicely made bed complete with a rolled up washcloth serving as a pillow
Claim: Demonstrating its obvious need for space, an orange cat claims its territory using all four paws