cat sleep

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: sleep - sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)cat sleep - sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)
sleeping - the suspension of consciousness and decrease in metabolic rate
siesta - a nap in the early afternoon (especially in hot countries)
zizz - a nap; "Arthur's taking a short zizz"
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Check out Bugs by Zohar Arad on the opening page or Cat Sleep or Hedgehog in the conceptural design section on the archive pages.
The couple came up with the idea of beds for pets after their son Kasim became asthmatic when he let his cat sleep in his bed.
'They had no idea of its worth and used to let the cat sleep on it -it was certainly a very privileged cat.' He added that after some research it was discovered the chair dated back to 1704 and would have belonged to an important household.
After the physical exam and standard questions, the doctor asked," "Does your cat sleep on or around your face?"
Flea collars are a good option for many families, although these may not be ideal if you have other pets who might chew on the collar or neck of your cat or if your cat sleeps curled up with you or a child.
Nat the Cat sleeps all day long in the most unlikely positions--in a basket, in dresser drawers, or maybe upside-down in someone's favorite chairs.
The teenagers sit having a lazy breakfast while the cat sleeps on top of the clean, but as yet un-ironed, pile of school uniforms which has lain in a basket forgotten about all summer in a dark corner of the kitchen.
* If your cat sleeps on your bed, wash the linens and dry them in a clothes dryer on the highest heat setting for 30 minutes or allow them to air dry in direct sunlight.
The eight-year-old Burmese cat sleeps alongside three-year-old Kenzie and even lets her clean his teeth.