Posted by Kelly on May 24, 2011.
Bella and Oreo are entitled, right?
So where do YOU sleep Kerri? ;)
Posted in Sleeping Shelties • Tags: bed, bella, oreo, sleep
I see a little cat tail looking for some room on the bed too.
I can so relate to that picture !
Sorry, I don’t see the problem here (~:
(our two will do the same)
They look quite cozy, my Will does that too….Shelties are snuggle bunnies….
ahhh you’ll have to sleep in THEIR beds!
I wish my Shadow liked to sleep with me! How lucky you are!
I’ve never met a Sheltie who didn’t know what a pillow is for!
When I let my Beau out of the crate in the morning instead of running for the door, he runs for my bed and snuggles for a few minutes.
Thanks for the morning LOL! I love that look that says, “You have a problem?”
That’s such a great picture! My sheltie Truffle just chews the comforter haha
This is the “normal” arrangement in our house :-)
Lexi and Pyper “share” my bed. They get in first and I have to use treats to get them to move over enough so I can fit. I love it!!!
Put the canine coffee and bisquits on the bedside table! So Sheltie, so adorable!
I got married during my Sheltie’s last year and a half. Since my illness a few years earlier, Neechee had ALWAYS slept in my bed with me (and speeded my healing from back surgery by know JUST where to curl up against my back). When Steve joined us, he had to go back to sleeping next to the bed. He highly resented this, and we always got caught trying to sneak Neechee back under the covers.
AS SNUG AS 2 BUGS IN A RUG ! BELLA AND OREO ( LOVE THAT NAME AND THE COOKIE TOO ! ), MAY I JOIN YOU ? LOOKS SO COMFY !! MY SHELTIE, GRACIE-SCARLETT, JUST LOVES SLEEPING WITH ME, HER DADDY, IN MY BED. BUT SHE LIKES TO SLEEP EXACTLY WHRE I SLEEP SO I HAVE TO PUSH HER OVER AND SHE IS AS HARD AS A BRICK TO MOVE !!! BUT IT IS NICE. SO PLEASANT DREAMS BELLA & OREO – GOOD NIGHT, SLEEP TIGHT AND DON’T LET THE BED BUGS BITE !!!
The so cute!
Best Baby Bumpers ever!!
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