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January 19, 2010


I've experienced problems with cats moving around at night and they always seem to wind up sleeping, as you mentioned, with fur in my face or jumping and landing right in the middle of my stomach. I think it's a great idea to train pets to sleep in their own beds.

I bookmarked this article so fellow Stumblers can settle their arguments with facts instead of heading for the divorce courts.

I even ran across a website, yesterday that makes memory foam dog beds and dog furniture so you don't have to feel bad about your bed being more comfortable for your pet. lol.

The guy I spoke to is Woody and he loves dogs.

His site is

I was searching for this information... Thank you Michael J. Breus

What do you think about kids sleeping in the bed. Sometimes it's unavoidable I guess, but the I agree that pets don't belong there at all.

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