Let it never be said that my boys leave things alone to stagnate. They do like their routine – they are cats, after all – but the beds situation is still in flux.
Fang looks pleased that Bugs isn’t taking his head off, as is usually the case when he strains Bugs’s patience to the limit. Bugs may look a tad (just a tad?) resentful — but really he’s just very sleepy.
You would think for sure, though, that separation of head from body would be the result with Fang’s interpretation of the bed theme here.
Here’s another variation: The Leg Over.
Even so, some sleep was – amazingly enough – accomplished.
But the spillover effect became somewhat worrying.
And in the end, Top Cat keeps solo command of Long Bed.
The next sleep cycle, one of my favorite things happened. I’m on the computer and here comes Bugs. That memory-foam pillow you see, above and below, is Bugs’s favorite biscuit-making site. He worked that pillow for a spell and then settled down with his back against my leg.
The tail! That tail! Perfection. I want to paint with it. Well — maybe not.
What a body has to go through, to get some sleep around here.