Do you ever see your cat slept like this?

Malaysia
May 26, 2008 4:33am CST
Hi guys, for many cats owner, we know that our cats have their own behavior including the way they sleep, they way they eat and so on. This is one of my cat, last week i was going to one of the empty room (he used to sleep there). I know he used to sleep with many funny ways and acts. Look at the picture, that's one of the most funny way when he slept. Do you ever see your cat slept like this?
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• India
26 May 08
LOL, cute cat! Yup, my cat sleeps the same way too. :) But she never used to before someone threw a stone at her leg. She started the habit of sleeping on her back with her paws up only after that. She looks cute with her soft white tummy exposed. LOL, I always tickle it a little bit, and she just shifts, but she won't change her posture. I love it when she sleeps like that. Cheers!
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• Malaysia
26 May 08
LOL!I could imagine how cute she is. Anyway, who was the cruel person that will to throw a stone at her leg
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• India
26 May 08
Yeah, she is adorable; a real darling!! I can't imagine life without her. I do not know who threw a stone at her leg, but I strongly suspect the neighbor's boy. I have no proof though and no witness! :( The cat was hit early in the morning, and she came home crying and just collapsed on my bed, looking at me with sad green eyes. I just did not know what to do. I mean, because of her thick fur, I could not see the wound, and I did not know she had been hit. I couldn't make out why she was limping so badly. Then when she started licking the wound, it became visible. I just rushed her to the vet. She had to be given anesthesia and the wound had to be cleaned. Took two weeks to heal, and I hardly slept those days. Poor baby wouldn't even eat. I would hold her in my arms and feed her milk and rice, just like a baby. Thanks to God, she is perfectly ok now except for a slight limp. Do you know why some people are so cruel to animals? I could never find the answer to that one. What harm could my little kitty do to those people early in the morning?
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• Malaysia
26 May 08
My little Danish (not the cat who slept in the picture) was got hit by my neighbor. I don't know who did it but he went home with the blood covered on his mouth and feet. He loose the jaw and it was totally broken. He hided under the couch, because he might think I'll be angry to him. I was so shocked, brought him to the hospital immediately. I cried all the way to the hospital. He was in the ward for 2 weeks and had some operation to fix his up and down jaws. In that time he got so much fever more than 100 C.He was so lucky because he saved from that. Since that time when I brought him to walk around my area he would stop and staring one of my neighbor. It happened many times....I think he's the one who did that.
@ShadoCat (92)
• United States
27 May 08
That's the sign of a happy and relaxed cat. I don't have many good photos of my cat because he is solid black. He generally ends up looking like a dark fuzzy spot with green eyes.
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• Malaysia
27 May 08
Yeah, he always like that. Your cat must be cute, the solid black with the green eyes
• United States
28 May 08
Mine sleeps in what I call the rabbit pose.
• India
26 May 08
i think you start same discussion 2 time here is my sleeping cats. http://i28.tinypic.com/29cqwbp.jpg
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• Malaysia
26 May 08
yes. I gave an announcement on the mistake in this discussion, it was a non purposed mistake while I tried to correct my spelling on the title.
• Malaysia
26 May 08
Thank you for the picture. They are so adorable
• China
26 May 08
Sure, my cat slept like this way. Actually, when she felt content, she would expend legs. So lively.
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• Malaysia
26 May 08
Thank you for the reply. That's cute. Anyway, cat is always adorable and cute. P/s: to all mylot members, if you guys realize i did bring sort of same topic for twice. I thought of correcting my spelling mistakes but I didn't how..the wrong spelling title also come in mylot discussion. Sorry for that.
@mtsandeep (1586)
• India
26 May 08
i also do the same thing. pull its leg to see how it goes. its fun haha
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@setroc (853)
• Philippines
26 May 08
yes, we have a cat and its like untrainable, it poops under the bed, on a pile of papers or dirty laundry, so we started to put a litter box filled with sand and try to get it to poop there but it didnt, continue to poops where he usualy poops, stupid kitty, instead he uses that littler box as his sleeping place, it never sleep anywhere else after we got him that litter box, and he sleep like that too sometimes in his litterbox, kinda funy coz it looks so relax sleeping while all covered in sand, when it sleeps it never stays in one positon for a long time so after a nap it emerges from that box all sandy
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• Malaysia
26 May 08
LOLOLOL! I could imagine how he slept with the sand!LOLOLOL! But anyway, try to teach him slowly. It will take some time but for sure he will understand and won't poop in any place that he wish to. A big cuddle for your cat.
@metschica25 (5405)
• United States
26 May 08
Mine do when they get real comfy
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• Malaysia
26 May 08
Thats so cute thank you for the reply
@luvstochat (6911)
• United States
26 May 08
My cats love to sleep that way they either lay on their backs and stretch out the whole length of the couch so no one can sit or they will curl up in a little tiny ball. They love to sleep on things like blankets and sweatshirts.
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• Malaysia
26 May 08
LOLOLOL!! they just copy cat how we people sleep. My cat also used to share the bed with me. Sometimes he took the space by his own.
@naseeha (1383)
• India
26 May 08
yes cats love to stretch and sleep contentedly.they sleep in a variety of poses. i used to have cats before but now hmmmmm no. Wud love to have one cuddly cat with me ....
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• Malaysia
26 May 08
yes, cats are so lovely. Why don't you have them any longer?
@kaleegirl45 (1515)
• United States
27 May 08
Hi money_maker01 I've seen one of my cats sleep like that. half his body turn to one side and the other turned the opposite.