Lucy has a talent of presenting her paws when cozied up for snuggles in bed.
One paw out means she’s pretty relaxed and doesn’t mind a bit of jostling that occurs when we join her. Two paws out means she’s pretty much ready for sleep if not already asleep. Warm enough that she isn’t balled up or harassing us for comfort.
Only when two paws are out and crossed am I allowed to safely touch her jelly beans.
Granted she bit me a lot last night because I wouldn’t let her rub her cold wet nose all over my arm: dab dab dab hey wake up and pay attention to me dabdabdab meowwwm.
Lucy has started a habit of getting into bed before either of us are ready. She usually pads down for the night in one of the chairs, so when I haven’t been able to find her, she’s been on the bed napping. I’m not sure why she’s doing that since the apartment isn’t very cold; and especially last night since I was cooking chicken. Totally not like her to be dis-interested. I guess taking care of her dad who was home all day yesterday with a cold tired her little kittiness out.
Caught the bunny-cat in full sleep mode. She usually wakes up when I approach her. Totally passed out. Probably exhausted her self chasing house flies and migrating between the sun spots in the dining room, living room, and bathroom.
That. Fuzzy. Belly. Do. NOT. Touch. It.
Last night, le Cat decided to sleep in such an awkward position we thought she was having a seizure. She was laying on her right side with her chin turned up so that the top of her head was level on the notebook and shoe box she was sleeping on. Turned out she was just dreaming.
- Tail twitch – Check
- Whisker twitch – Check
- Paw twitch – Check
- Mouth movements like she was eating something – Check
- Eyes half open with inner eyelids half closed which made us think she was having an issue but in reality was just being a tweaker in her sleep – Check
She wasn’t responding to our calls. Jonathan shifted the pillow behind her to make sure she was ok. She woke up….and glared at us for the next 10-ish minutes.