Monday, 2 April 2012

More 'How to Sleep like a Cat'

This was scheduled to come on at midnight.  When I got up at 6 a.m. it had been turned back into a 'Draft' by Blogger.  So I had to go into my list of posts and publish it.  Does any one else have that trouble?  I'd love to know how to solve it.

A week or so ago I gave you eleven examples of how to sleep like a cat. Here are some more. (Please note I didn't take the photos - they were in one of those round robin e-mails that occasionally turn up in one's in-box from a friend.  Source therefore unknown.)

12. The Sleeping Dog - Find a dog. Imitate the dog.



13. The Librarian - Bury your furry little head in your paws and try to look as contemplative and bookish as possible before drifting off.



14. The Married Couple - Don't be afraid to snore.



15. The Windowsill - The whole world is your hammock.



16. The Clothes Dryer - Imagine that you are a wet T-shirt, fresh from the washing machine. Drape yourself accordingly.



17. The Pot Luck - Think of yourself as a last-minute fruit salad that everyone will be very polite about but probably not enjoy all that much.



18. The Head-Rush - Head to the ground, paws in the air - let gravity do the rest.



19. The Odd One Out
- For this one you will need first to find two willing conformists.



20. The Mid-Sentence - Only recommended for individuals with extreme forms of narcolepsy.



21. The Bag Of Limbs (Box Edition)- Have a friend or loved one take you apart and put you back together haphazardly inside a box.



22. The Bag Of Limbs (Couch Edition) - Same as above, except (obviously) without the box.




23. The Dog Bed - Not a bed for dogs, but a bed that is made of dogs. i.e., the most comfortable bed you will ever sleep on that also smells kind of funky.



24. The Office Worker - Fall asleep on the job. LOL.



25. The Ruler - Measure the floor with every inch of your tiny body.





7 comments:

  1. Since I've never written a post to be published on schedule, but always post them as soon as I finish writing them, I don't know how to fix the problem with scheduled going back to drafts.

    Hmmm looking at these pictures makes me wonder whether I am really going to wait a year before getting another cat :-)

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  2. It's hard not to be really amused by these and to wonder just how people managed to get the photos and then assemble them.

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  3. These are wonderful! They're all adorable, but I'm amazed at the clothes dryer - it looks terribly uncomfortable.

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  4. Hi, Scriptor, I agree with Helen -- these are all terrific, I think, though, that she's right -- and the clothes dryer is the funniest. Wouldn't you think that would hurt???

    Thanks for a good chuckle! xoxoxo Carol

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  5. I love these, especially the librarian :-)

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  6. I just thought of a caption for the last photo, which makes it look as if the cat has fainted dead away:

    "Your tennis racquet is strung with WHAT????"

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  7. the more time I spend here the more I like it....you have so many good photos and such a creative sense of writing to match. A really welcoming blog with a huge personality. cheers.

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