Is it any wonder why pets like to snooze on their humans' bed? They're way softer than any kind of four-legged sleeping space (no matter how pricey). Beds have cushions AND pillows AND comforters AND bedspreads, making them the purr- or pawfect place to catch a few winks.
Until your owner catches you, of course. Then you have to do some pretty nifty tricks to cover your tracks. Like this pooch. She KNOWS she's not supposed to be on the bed, her human posted on Reddit--and, somehow, has discovered the sneakiest way to blend into the background. (It helps that she's a black dog!)
Can you find her?
She knows she's not supposed to be on the bed.
Okay, here is a hint. Look at the headboard VERY carefully. Among all that black, there's a different-colored smudge. Now that you've figured that out, click through these cute critters catching their z's below!
This poor, pooped kitten couldn't even climb the side of its litter box without taking a brief snooze. via Imgur