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Cat sleeping on pillow

Cat sleeping on pillow

(I need to post this for my dad who has to put up with this every time I go home and he's not around)

I was always told to put a warm, light, comfortable pillow under my cat's chin when she is asleep on my chest. I am not so much worried about my cat as I am worried about the pillow!

So, do you put a pillow under your cat's chin, or do you sleep on your elbows?

I sleep on my elbows but I only ever use one at a time. They should be on each side of the cat, so if I go out and they roll over they can still breathe ok. They shouldn't be on the cat's body.

What's the worst that can happen?

If I'm sleeping on my left side and the cat gets knocked over, then the cat could get crushed if the pillow is placed on it's belly

I was always told to put a warm, light, comfortable pillow under my cat's chin when she is asleep on my chest. I am not so much worried about my cat as I am worried about the pillow!

So, do you put a pillow under your cat's chin, or do you sleep on your elbows?

I sleep on my elbows but I only ever use one at a time. They should be on each side of the cat, so if I go out and they roll over they can still breathe ok. They shouldn't be on the cat's body.

What's the worst that can happen?

If I'm sleeping on my left side and the cat gets knocked over, then the cat could get crushed if the pillow is placed on it's belly

I was always told to put a warm, light, comfortable pillow under my cat's chin when she is asleep on my chest. I am not so much worried about my cat as I am worried about the pillow!

So, do you put a pillow under your cat's chin, or do you sleep on your elbows?

I sleep on my elbows but I only ever use one at a time. They should be on each side of the cat, so if I go out and they roll over they can still breathe ok. They shouldn't be on the cat's body.

What's the worst that can happen?

If I'm sleeping on my left side and the cat gets knocked over, then the cat could get crushed if the pillow is placed on it's belly

I was always told to put a warm, light, comfortable pillow under my cat's chin when she is asleep on my chest. I am not so much worried about my cat as I am worried about the pillow!

So, do you put a pillow under your cat's chin, or do you sleep on your elbows?

I sleep on my elbows but I only ever use one at a time. They should be on each side of the cat, so if I go out and they roll over they can still breathe ok. They shouldn't be on the cat's body.

What's the worst that can happen?

If I'm sleeping on my left side and the cat gets knocked over, then the cat could get crushed if the pillow is placed on it's belly

I was always told to put a warm, light, comfortable pillow under my cat's chin when she is asleep on my chest. I am not so much worried about my cat as I am worried about the pillow!

So, do you put a pillow under your cat's chin, or do you sleep on your elbows?

I sleep on my elbows but I only ever use one at a time. They should be on each side of the cat, so if I go out and they roll over they can still breathe ok. They shouldn't be on the cat's body.

What's the worst that can happen?

If I'm sleeping on my left side and the cat gets knocked over, then the cat could get crushed if the pillow is placed on it's belly

My sleeping pillow is a little fluffier but the cats always sleep better with a thin pad. There's something really comfy about sleeping next to a warm cat

I was always told to put a warm, light, comfortable pillow under my cat's chin when she is asleep on my chest. I am not so much worried about my cat as I am worried about the pillow!

So, do you put a pillow under your cat's chin, or do you sleep on your elbows?

I sleep on my elbows but I only ever use one at a time. They should be on each side of the cat, so if I go out and they roll over they can still breathe ok. They shouldn't be on the cat's body.

What's the worst that can happen?

If I'm sleeping on my left side and the cat gets knocked over, then the cat could get crushed if the pillow is placed on it's belly

I was always told to put a warm, light, comfortable pillow under my cat's chin when she is asleep on my chest. I am not so much worried about my cat as I am worried about the pillow!

I am just curious, how do your cats like a warm, heavy pillow? And what kind of pillow do you use?

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