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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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    • Whisker up the nose
    • Biting (tiny, but still) ear and/or nose
    • Jumping off a high furniture item to the bed (jello effect)
    • Butt in the face

    A friend used to get the first quite often. He'd collect the whiskers you find around the house and every once in a while stick a whisker up the cat's nose while she was sleeping.

  • No pets in the bedroom.
    No pets in the bedroom.
    No pets in the bedroom.  ;-)
  • Our cats are more than happy to sleep in, and often two or three of them will conspire to keep us in bed as long as they can manage. We're warm, the bed's comfy, and they're fed free-choice, so there's no reason at all for them to make us get up, and some incentive for them to keep us asleep...
  • It's a cat's job to make sure his person is up for work. Cats like routine and they want you to follow yours, too.

    My cat generally tries putting his nose in my face, jumping over me, standing next to the bed while purring annoyingly.

    I generally don't mind this but I need to get him to understand the concept of 'weekend'.