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Anyone else's cat get under the bed covers?

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Emma765 Fri 31-Aug-18 07:55:47

Husband insists that ours isn't normal! He's loving my big pregnancy pillow at the moment.

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Bubblegum12 Fri 31-Aug-18 08:03:28

One of ours does - even in the middle of summer. He’s not right I’m sure!

bonzo77 Fri 31-Aug-18 08:15:57

Current one not so much. Previous ones all the time. One would go right under and stay there all day.

Poppins2016 Fri 31-Aug-18 08:19:13

One of ours does during colder weather. In fact, we've 'lost' her in the house so many times (due to hiding under the unmade duvet) that the beds are now the first place we look!

Want2beme Fri 31-Aug-18 10:02:44

One of mine does. Firstly, I have to make a duvet tunnel for her, (hold up duvet with leg), she makes her way to the end of the bed, then runs back up to the top and settles down right in beside me. This only happens in winter. They know what they want and how to get itgrin

recklessruby Fri 31-Aug-18 10:02:47

Some of mine have tucked themselves into the covers with their heads on the pillow. My present cat Ellie likes to cuddle up by my face and make trilly noises lol

Want2beme Fri 31-Aug-18 10:04:53

No photo of her under the duvet, but here's one of her with her blanket.

MimsyBorogroves Fri 31-Aug-18 10:06:29

One does - either that or she sits at the end of the bed all night on guard. Another snuggles into the back of the knees, and the third finds the crook of someone's arm.

Emma765 Fri 31-Aug-18 10:23:04

This one insists on being right between us. I had him before I met my husband and he's never quite forgiven me. He even tries to get between us on the sofa.

We've got a baby arriving soon, just hoping he loves her and he'll be OK!

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Toddlerteaplease Fri 31-Aug-18 12:58:30

We used to have one that did and slept with her head on the pillow like a human. It was so cute.

sillyswimmer Fri 31-Aug-18 17:50:08

Ours does. If you're asleep she taps you on the shoulder to wake you to lift the covers for her to get in.

Dollymixture22 Fri 31-Aug-18 19:06:12

Mine does - and will sleep there as long as I make her a tent with me knees!

Fluffycloudland77 Fri 31-Aug-18 20:49:50

Mine does but he likes to milk paddle my chest while he's under there. Claw in nipple is so, so painful.

Emma765 Fri 31-Aug-18 21:10:26

@fluffy I relate with claw in nipple, and claw in armpit! Ouch.

The things we do for them!

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flyingsaucersherbet Fri 31-Aug-18 21:12:59

My cat thinks it’s her bed, she snuggles up next to me every night under the covers!

Want2beme Fri 31-Aug-18 21:16:15

flying, no, you think it's yoursgrin. Cheeky little floof!

MaisyMary77 Fri 31-Aug-18 21:18:29

My cat loves the bed in our spare room. She’s the small lump, top left side, just below the pillows. smile

Emma765 Fri 31-Aug-18 21:28:27

Haha @flying that's an excellent picture.

Cats are mad aren't they that's why I love them ❤

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Oldraver Fri 31-Aug-18 22:01:01

Ernie occasionally gets in between the top sheet and duvet

penguinsnpandas Sat 01-Sep-18 11:23:43

Sometimes but currently sleeping on my feet is preferred.

She also loves the game of getting inside the duvet cover when its being changed and darting between one corner and the next 😹

Oldraver Sat 01-Sep-18 13:46:13

This morning he was under the tablecloth asleep

DramaAlpaca Sat 01-Sep-18 13:51:26

My DM & DF had a lovely cat who used to spend every night snuggled up under the duvet between their feet. She'd jump on the bed at the pillow end & wiggle her way down to the end of the bed & curl up there. They still miss her.

Sparklingwinemakesmehappy Sat 01-Sep-18 13:51:42

I was always told it wasn't normal but my childhood cat used to come into my bed, under the duvet, with her head on my pillow next to mine.

She's the only cat I knew ever to do this. I think she thought she was human.

Rebecca36 Sat 01-Sep-18 13:52:20

Not now but when a kitten/very young. Also got inside the duvet cover and couldn't get out so set up a caterwauling! They are fun aren't they?

RubaDubMum89 Sat 01-Sep-18 13:53:10

Yup 😂

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