There’s nothing cuter than a sleeping dog… save perhaps two, with a cat for good measure.
I’m not sure with which foster dog it started, but I seem to have gained a habit of waking up during the night looking to see where everyone is sleeping and snapping a few picks.
Some of them have been a real hoot – like the one in this post about our last foster, Milton. And our current little girl is such a character when she’s snuggled up against you that I just can’t resist.
Last night I realized that we can tell how well our little foster family is getting along by the sleeping arrangements. Ruby likes her spot at the foot of the bed although I’ve noticed she has been snuggled up to my legs with someone new in the house vying for my affection. Kay-Kay is an exceptional snuggler so she’s usually pressed against my upper body or literally lying in my arms like a baby. And Tic Tac, the “No Fear” cat, will take the large open space left for himself.
Well, last night I woke up and reached over to pet who I assumed would be Kay-Kay, but it was much softer, even than Ruby. It was Tic Tac. Kay-Kay was at my feet, Ruby was up near the head of the bed and Tic Tac took the space between us all. Yep, my little foster family is coming together, comfortable enough to claim apparently any spot they want in the bed.
And yes, sleeping animals are the best so I’m sharing lots with you.
If you made it this far and don’t have the urge to send me an email … well, I just don’t know about you. So, quick, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org before someone else snaps up this adorable little girl.