Mornings are the worst. You spend all night getting comfortable and warming up your bed to the ideal cozy temperature only to wake up and have to leave it. And your feline friends are more than happy to monopolize your comfy bed or blankets all for themselves. They’re selfish that way, but can you blame them? These cats are taking personal cozy nap time to a new level that we can all strive for (but will never achieve).
Dear Human, please do not wake before 10am until I have sufficiently shed all over your comforter and pillow. Thanks, the management.
“The blankets have finally accepted me into their tribe! It would be disrespectful for me to leave them and break their newfound trust.”
Any single cat bed an be a kitty cuddle den if you try hard enough.
The face when you wake up before your alarm and realize you still have a few hours to enjoy your warm, comfy bed before having to get up to annoy your humans.
Sometimes you’re too tired to even get underneath the blankets but they’re so soft that you’re ok just passing out on top of them.
Scarves are pretty much blankets for your neck, so let the cozy bliss ensue.
When you sleep so well that you wake up but don’t remember what your name is, where you are, or what year it is.
Who said mugs can’t be comfortable? We’ll take two venti catpuccinos to go please.
We’ve all been there, telling ourselves that we aren’t tired and should watch one more episode. Before you know it, it’s 3am and you wake up in a puddle of drool on the leather couch. Whoops.
“Corpse pose is just a nap anyway, so I will be using this yoga mat as my blanket for an indeterminate amount of time.”
When your comforter is so soft that you begin to melt and become one with it.
We all know the feeling of finding a position that doesn’t look it but is super comfortable. Nothing to see here folks, just an awkward comfy floof, now move along.
“Ok maybe just a few minutes... to, uh… rest... my eyes… ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ”
The answer is always more blankets. More. More! No better place to be than blanket overload.
Mark Carrott Odden is a student and freelance designer/photographer with an overt obsession with dogs—particularly Great Danes and Newfoundlands. His childhood dog, a rescued border collie mix, shared the same tinge-of-the-ginger hair color as his family, so it was meant to be. His affinity for puns and stringent grammarista tendencies help bring levity to the internet because there is always time to watch one more cat video.
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