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When you can't sit with your parents where is your go to place to sit

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Recently Pocket's kitty condo had been brought out for me to use, and I love it in there, especially the jacuzzi


  1. If it's sunny, I find a sun puddle. If it's not sunny (i.e. most of the time) I find a warm cosy chair, a bit like the dog in the picture.

  2. we sit where the people parked their butts... we see it as a kind of challenge how long is take till they move LOL

  3. Ruby, I posted about this in our blog today; Da Boyz find places to nap everywhere!

  4. Angel Little Bit had her favorite spot on the sofa. Fond memories.

    Have a woof woof day, Ruby Rose. ♥

  5. Angel Madi was not a lap cat...she would sometimes hop up beside me on the love seat but her favorite spot was the back of the large couch
    Hugs Cecilia

  6. Rosy - on Mommy's lap or in her place on the couch
    Jakey - In my fluffy bed
    Sunny...hrumph...the only place I get to sleep lately is in my crate!

  7. Brian's has his ham-mick, Simon loves his round scratcher, Seal likes the cat tree and Kiki likes the ottoman!

  8. I mostly like to sleep on mums bed :)
    Purrs, Julie

  9. Hi Ruby! Each of us has several favorite places-so many that I, Marv, don't have time to list them, but my purrsonal favorite is laying on Mom's lap with her had over my face. (That is because I was on oxygen when I was a kit living in the vet's office and I got lap time when I needed oxygen.) Keep on being awesome! Marv

  10. I, Mackey, like to sit on the back of the couch so I can bop Dad on the head now and then. He loves it when I give him a little pat on the noggin.


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