Monday, April 2, 2012

Sleep Kitty, Sleep

      I like to sleep.  Plain and simple.  Statistics show that cats sleep anywhere from thirteen to twenty hours each day, and I can certain-
 ly say I do my part to support those findings.  Out on the deck, as I've shown you before, is one of my newest places to snooze, and we
 already know how much I love a good lap.  Mom says she can tell when I'm in a deep, deep sleep.  She says she can feel my full re-
 laxed weight, as opposed to when I'm simply napping.  Dad says he judges the depth of my slumber by the size of my drool spot.  If I had to pick a favorite, it would have to be their laps, paws down. 
      The other day I was out on the deck, trying to snooze, and something below caught my attention.  We are on the second floor, and I can see right through the boards.  The downstairs neighbors have a dog, and they occasionally let it out on their deck.  What a great, safe view I have from up here! 

9 comments:

Old Kitty said...

Sleep is very good for you, lovely Orbit! Enjoy your snooze! Take care
x

Angel Prancer Pie said...

How purrfect! You can spy on that woofie and he is none the wiser! HaHaMeow! We luf it!

Kjelle Bus aka Charlie Rascal said...

There is no better thing as a good snooze :)

Marilia said...

Lovely black cat!

Katnip Lounge said...

YIKES! A woofy would wake us up, too! We're surprised you're not puffed.

Daisy said...

What a great spying spot you have there, Orbit!

Ivan and Izzy from WMD said...

It's good you can stay safe from him, Orbit!

Anonymous said...

Awww sleepy kitty! So sweet :o)
Luckily you were safe from that scary dog though! ;o)

Michelle said...

Great spot to torment the dog from. Mom has 2 dogs. I just love messing with them.But I think they enjoy it too.My favorite spot to nap is mom chest. Have a great nap.

About This Blog

Created in July 2011 this blog chronicled the everyday life of a well-seasoned house panther named Orbit, who made the move with us from Massachusetts to North Carolina. He was a nearly constant companion for almost 22 years, and ruled our roost until he passed away in December 2014 which hit us like a ton of bricks.
After more than 2 years without a live-in feline friend we found this senior Tortie gal at Orange County Animal Services in Chapel Hill, NC and just couldn't leave without her. Cleo certainly came with an abundance of purrsonalitude, and has staked her claim on our hearts and in our home since day one. It took some long, deep thought, but I decided to pick up where Orbit left off and let Cleo tell her stories. Of course from time to time I'll add some non-Cleo posts, but she'll get over it.