Thursday, May 03, 2007

Snoring

Kellie must have had a hard day yesterday. After dinner she jumped up on my knee, crawled under the blanket I had covering me and fell asleep. She stayed there for about 3 hours. In the middle of the night I awoke to find her at the foot of my bed snoring away, I then woke a couple of hours later to find her sleeping up by my head, on her back, paws in the air, again snoring away. Poor cat must have had an exhausting day! Yesterday, I left the door to the deck open for her (it's enclosed so she can't escape), I guess all that fresh air and peering at birds just zonked her out!

Now when I try to sleep in this weekend I hope she is as kind to me and let me sleep. Somehow I think she won't remember that I let her sleep without bothering her.

2 comments:

Derby said...

No the beans are not allowed to sleep in. But never disturb a sleeping kittie.

David E Maeda said...

Wow- didn't realize watching wildlife was such an exhausting chore :-). Somehow I think you may be correct in assuming the slepping in arrangement may not be reciprocal.