A POEM by Eleanor Farjeon captures how cats display their innate independence even when they sleep. Cats sleep anywhere and everywhere and we found a kitten named Monty who breathes life into the words of Farjeon's poems by sleeping in just about any warm place she could find.
But first, here's the nice poem.
As you can see, Monty, like all cats in the world, loves to sleep wherever she fancies.
She loves to sleep under the sun. That's perfectly normal.
But what's this? Poor kitty probably fell asleep waiting for her kibbles to be replenished.
But she also sleeps on her dish even when it's full of food! Do you see a pattern here?
Or the warm, reliable sofa for that matter?
At times, Monty snuggles up with other cats.
But for the most part, Monty is contented to just settle down in an old, comfortable spot where she can sleep the day away. Ahh, the joy of being a kitten.
P.S. Monty is a rescue. She was found walking in the middle of a busy road. She is now about seven months old, but still behaves like one rambunctious little kitty. -- Editor