#159 Sitting on that warm spot where your pet was just sleeping


When you’re looking for a good snooze in warm bedsheets or a cozy couch potato session on the couch, nothing’s quite as nice as scoring that warm spot where the family fuzzball was just powernapping.


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33 thoughts on “#159 Sitting on that warm spot where your pet was just sleeping

  1. Hi Neil — Looks like you’ve carved out a nice niche with this concept. I like it very much – it encourages people (as I try to do) to notice and appreciate the countless little wonders that surround us all the time. Good for you!!

  2. *heh* The reverse is true as well. My cats lay in wait for when I leave a chair, then scrabble to be the first to sleep in my warm spot!

    Mind you also awesome is when on a winter night all the pets, cats and dogs, cuddle up with you on the bed and you wake up under a fuzzy warm blanket of snoozy critters.

  3. I just got a kitty and he is such a cuddler so I definitely experience him warming a spot on my lap rather than on the couch. He is the sweetest cat I have ever met…in my entire life =D. Can you tell that I love him? =p

      1. I finally got a cuddler too! I adopted her 2 years ago. She’s an exotic looking persian with ebony fur and one splash of white on her chest. She is polydactal and sounds like a pony when she runs to leap up beside me. Looks up at me with her emerald green eyes and puts a “snow-shoe paw” over my arm… she is lapushka!

  4. It’s especially awesome when your pet is sleeping on your bed and leaving a warm spot when it’s a cold Wisconsin winter night.

  5. Whenever my dog leaves my side, I’m, at first, a little upset with her and then I scoot an inch over and enjoy this awesome moment also :)

  6. The only pet I can remember was a cat named Nigel. He was really violent though so sharing a bed wasn’t an option:(. Ah, well. The spot where he was was still warm.

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