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Old January 20th 07, 04:25 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Enfilade
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Usually we sleep with a headnox but last night we had a footnox.
Nocturne was curled up at the foot of the bed with no intention to
move.

A footnox is a terrible thing to have because I will always forget and
stretch or roll over, and when my feet come into contact with Her
Illustrious Self I get kicked and bitten most uncomfortably.

Nocturne used to love to sleep on our feet (with much bloodshed, some
of our sheets still have stains) until we got Smokey, at which point
the foot of the bed was hopelessly contaminated and she took up
residence on DP's pillow. I dont' know what provoked last night's
footnox but I hope not to have one again for a while.

Today I had a nap and there was a footsmokey. Pokey Smokey, that boy,
he is in such a deep poke that no matter how often I kick him, poke
him, touch him, forget that he is there, he doesn't even appear to
notice let alone get up and leave.

I woke up to find my head between the two pillows and i had a headnox
on one side and a headkumani on the other side

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Old January 20th 07, 05:14 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Marina
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Enfilade wrote:

I woke up to find my head between the two pillows and i had a headnox
on one side and a headkumani on the other side


Aww, how nice! I miss my headfrank. Mir and Cal usually sleep by my feet
(when they're not under the covers). Caliban is oblivious if I kick him
or move about a lot. He just stretches and snores all the more. Miranda
can sometimes get miffed if I even nudge her with my foot, and then she
will leave the bed.

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Old January 21st 07, 02:48 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
CATherine
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On 19 Jan 2007 19:25:37 -0800, "Enfilade"
wrote:

Usually we sleep with a headnox but last night we had a footnox.
Nocturne was curled up at the foot of the bed with no intention to
move.


How cute! Ain't it nice to be loved?

Robin sleeps like Smokey. Once he is asleep, he doesn't move until I
get up. But Djoser is a light sleeper and will move if I do. He didn't
always do that. He used to sleep sound and wouldn't move; until I
rolled over on top of him!

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