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Puppy Sleeping Corgi
Famous puppy sleeping funny:
After consulting Wikipedia I learned that the purring of domestic cats is a form of communication, signaling “all is well” or some such other positive feeling. In other words, the cat in the quote above isn’t really sleeping. It has merely adopted the form of a content creature, thus entering the continuous circle of ensuring the comfort of others and thereby one’s own. The cat feeds the narrator. It makes him feel comfortable by conveying it’s own comfort, and what’s more, it’s aware what it’s doing. The purring is intentional after all.
I want my puppy to sleep in the bed with us — is there any reason not to?
Pet in bed:
Before you take the plunge, consider the following: Once you invite your dog (or cat, or hamster — did we just say that?) into your bed, she’s there for life. (Trust us.) Will the adorable puppy you love to snuggle with still be welcome when she grows up? Also, is your bed really big enough for the three of you plus any two-legged additions you might be planning? Getting rug rats and pets to play nice together is already a challenge. You don’t want your pet to feel jealous of any new bedmates. And, if either of you has allergies, fuggedaboutit. That said, in our opinion, there are few things that compare to the warmth, security, and giggles that come from tucking in with your pup for the night. We have a doggie sleep solution: Our bulldog, Ruby, went from bed hog to model mattress citizen when we added a small doggie bed to our nightly routine. We place this snuggly cushion (Ruby favors the dark chocolate color) near our feet and she happily snoozes the night away without crushing our legs. It’s also fantastic for the floor (if that’s your thing).
New corgi puppy sleeping:
I once had a professor who told me about a paper on love written by two sociologists, a married couple, the male party having left his then wife for the female party, who at the time was one of his students. While I don’t remember it in great detail, I do recall that their main argument is that, what we do, or put up with in the name of love is, essentially, based on rational, egoistic, reasoning. That even in acts characterized by utter altruism, carried out, for example, by someone who loves a person more than he/she loves herself, the motivating factor is, above all else, a feeling of well-being; That you recognize that the feeling you get from acting the way you do, far outweighs the feeling you would be left with if you hadn’t. Even the emotional is rational I guess you could say; and egoistic at that.
Best corgi puppy sleeping:
What I am getting at in my admittedly confusing and curly cue way is this: The end goal of covering me up on the sofa, turning off the lights, and people lowering their voices to a soft whisper, is not, per se, to ensure my sleep. The end goal is their own comfort ensured by ensuring me comfort. Manifesting love is an instrument for reaching a feeling of comfort yourself.