I am working very hard on my skills in
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