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Now that my human is finally in the kitchen, I can make a quick post with cat-to-cat tips about sleeping in a box (with pics). Follow them to make your relaxation most comfortable and pleasant. Do not ever pay any attention to your humans' reaction such as smiling, giggling, taking a camera or calling other humans to have a look at you.
Start from simple sleeping on your back...
...or on your side.
Use the box side as a pillow.
If you are longhair, use the benefit of your coat and tail.
Remember that you and your box must nearly amalgamate.
Use your imagination: try S-like positions...
...or C-like positions...
...or even L-like ones.
If you totally trust your humans, relax your back legs to the maximun.
Sometimes O-like positions do not fit the box well, but you can always make an experiment.
If the box is rather small, try sticking your paws&tail out of it...
...or stretch just one paw out, like this (back paw)...
...or like this (front paw).
Invite your friend to join you...
...and enjoy it.
Your humans may wonder how you can sleep like that...
...ignore them and enjoy.
Author: Borrowed Periscope
Perhaps they will not even notice you.
Try disguising to avoid unwanted attention...
Author: matti naskali
...or you can hide in an absilutely unexpected box.
This position is for experienced yoga cats...
Author: Feodora Umanov
...as well as this one.
Even small boxes can do.
...practice makes perfect. To get more experience, use as a box any structure you can find.
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Anonymous:Lolz great pictures
Anonymous:Awesome. I've watched my cat sleeping like that many times. Too bad I didn't have a good camera that time to make a shot. Cats are natural yogi.
Anonymous:Try laying in upside down position with front paw in mouth......also a good tech nick for twister. Might cause slight neck and back pain.
Anonymous:It's been long since I had such a laugh. Cats rule, always and everywhere!
Anonymous:Terrific images. My neck aches when I look at them.
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