8.09.2016

SUNPUDDLE NAPPING with MADI

I am working very hard on my skills in

SUNPUDDLE NAPPING

Now, you wouldn't think a kittycat would have to work hard at this.  But when I saw that
my friend MADI, our hostess today, has a PhD in this event ~ well, jealously reigns supreme!
Here are some tips I've learned from MADI PhD.
 
To locate a sun puddle (most often found in a room that faces east or west):
1. Search for a nice big window (recently windexed is best)
2. Wait for the rising sun (east) or setting sun (west)
3. When that sun, from east or west, streams through that window, 
search out the spot where it appears on the floor, or maybe a sofa or chair or whatever
4. Take over that spot and do not permit other cats, dogs, hamsters, gerbils,
bunnies, geckos, parakeets, fish or whatever to join you
5. It is your spot and yours alone
6.  At least until the sun moves on ... and night falls.

If you want to learn more about SunPuddle Napping,
much can be learned today if you

18 comments:

  1. Pawfect sun puddle napping!!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  2. The perfect spot and perfect form, Zoey!

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  3. Sun puddle napping is just the best.

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  4. Purrfect sun puddle napping skills!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  5. Love the way you wrote about the sun puddle. I too have turned sun-finding into a fine art and have always believed that sun puddles are good for the cat soul....thank you for sharing "The Truth!" -- Signed Peaches the Cat

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  6. There's nothing better than a nap in the sun.

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  7. What a gorgeous sunpuddle napping shot this is! And those sure are some great tips from Madi. Purrs!

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  8. Ooooo, a sun puddle! Lucky you. Our new apartment doesn't get many of those - just one big HOT one in the afternoon.

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  9. We also love sun puddles but finding them up here on the cloudy Pacific Northwest Coast can be challenging this time of year!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  10. Our Angel Miss Ginger was an expert sun puddle napper! So was Joey dog.

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  11. Those are some good tips on sun puddle napping. My kitties will take note!

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  12. Those are some great tips, and we saw so many awesome techniques for sunpuddle napping at Madi's that we are just going to nap the rest of the week away:)

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  13. hay ewe furst ladee...yur lookin mite tee gorgeouz in that sun puddle !!☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  14. Those are great tips! You're definitely an expert.

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  15. fabulous photo... the sunpuddle sent such cool effects to your fur, you are a napping artpiece :o)

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