Your bed is a sacred place. A place you can count on to be relaxing and peaceful, a place where no one can bother you, and you can go ahead and fall into a dream. That is if your not a dog living with a cat.
Cats have a weird way of making their siblings feel as though they can't claim their bed, especially if the feisty feline is already occupying the space. Take a look at these furry little devils as they claim their canine siblings' beds as their own.
The Queen and Her Loyal Servants
Guys, come on. There are five of you and one of her, you can totally take on the cat! These pooches are all lying around like the cat is Cleopatchera and they're all her servants. All they're missing is a palm leaf to wave for a slight breeze and a grapevine. Or perhaps catnip, in this case.
Something must have happened in the past for the dog gang to not shake their sister off the bed. Perhaps they tried once and got a few claws to the face? Well, hopefully, that fire is keeping them cozy enough while they're on the floor.
This Is Fine
You can hear this dog sighing as he watches the cat lying down on the big comfy bed. It's not like the cat doesn't have its own bed. Take note, it's under the dog's head. The little bed is the perfect size for the demon cat who thinks they're too good for the tiny thing.
"I am a cat, therefore I deserve a thrown of a bed that is four times my size." Oh, of course, your majesty, let us just go buy two dog beds when we only own one dog. In typical dog fashion, he is trying his best to make good of the situation.
When You Don't Want To Awaken The Beast
This fuzzy guy's face says it all. If he wouldn't be put in time out, he would totally get the cat out of his bed by sheer willpower and force. In the meantime, the tiny basket makes for an okay substitute. Kind of. Will the pooch even be able to get out of that thing? Or is it going to be a comedic movie moment where the basket gets stuck to his behind?
Either way, we hope that the sad look and wall-staring go away at some point. His cat look-a-like better take this time to think about what they did to their sibling.
The One Where The Dog Was Outnumbered
That black and white cat does not give one care in the world that he stole the dog's bed. The orange cat looks like he was just along for the ride, but the black and white one definitely looks like he's about to pounce on the human taking the picture. "There is to be no photo evidence of this coup, Karen!"
The poor lab looks like he's about to start whimpering, too. All the good boy wants is to lie down on his bed. Too bad the threat of sharp claws and teeth is real. We don't blame him for waiting patiently.
The Look Of Betrayal Is Real
Labrador Retriever's faces are so expressive, especially when they know they did something wrong or if someone is doing them wrong. In this specific instance, the "someone's" are two cats who have claimed his bed as their own. We would be upset, too! A doggo's bed is a sacred place meant for long naps and pets.
The look on his face is one of utter betrayal, how dare the human allow not one but two cats on his bed. Of course, the cats do not care and have decided to take up the entire bed so their sibling has no choice but to evacuate.
The Face Of Shame Vs. The Face Of Not Caring
Nothing screams cat vs. dog more than a pooch hiding his little face in embarrassment after losing his bed and the face of a cat that says "like you thought this was going to turn out differently." The poor doggo even looks like he is tipping over in the tiny cat bed. He's just too big!
It's okay though, at least the black cat is happy as a clam sitting in the dead center of the bed. So even if the cat decided to do something un-cat-like, such as share the bed, the pooch still wouldn't be able to fit! Such a cat tactic.
You're Going To Do Something About This, Right?
The face your dog makes when they told you getting a kitten was a horrible idea. This little ball of fur couldn't have been in the house for more than a few days before claiming the dog's bed as their own. Talk about the sibling you never asked for. What a cat-astrophe!
The human of the house is going to be getting the stink-eye from their dog for the foreseeable future. They better have a bucket of treats stashed away because they're going to need all the help they can get if they want their pooch to ever trust them again!
A Squished Pug Is A Sad Pug
The face of a pug is already a bit squished, so there is no need to add insult to injury, little kitten! This poor, crumpled pug looks like a bread loaf in the cat bed. Rest assured, the cat has plenty of space on their sibling's lush bed.
This bed eviction makes us want to go and cuddle the pug on a couch. He doesn't need a dog bed! He has human arms to snuggle into. Plus, he doesn't look up to the task of removing the cat from the bed, so it seems best to think of alternative solutions. We're happy to help!
That Stare Down That Happens When Your Sibling Takes Your Toy
It is now day 33 of the cat infiltrating the home, and he now seems to think he can lie down on the dog bed and play with his rope toy. This is a sad day, indeed, if the dog's stance and stare down is any indication. Nothing says "cat" quite like taking things that don't belong to you.
Too bad the dog doesn't pounce on the furry thief. It would be an understandable pounce. After all, those are the pooches things! Hopefully, the dog is able to teach its unwanted feline friend some common decency. She could have at least asked first!
Possessed Cat Is Scaring The Dog
If that dog is not staring into the depths of your soul then you must be a cat person. This fuzzy boy is truly upset that a kitten has evicted him from his bed. What does it take to get a dog sibling around here? But, no, mom wanted a kitten.
The cat is also possessed, as it turns out. How else is it able to contort itself into a moon? That isn't normal. Oh, we forgot, cats don't have bones. Looks like an exorcism is out of the equation, but maybe get a new bed for the pooch, just to be safe.
Looks like someone is getting crafty and sneaking his way back onto his bed. You have got to give him credit, the cat looks downright murderous. Maybe this isn't such a good idea, there is no need to get a face full of claws just because your spoiled sibling wouldn't get out of your bed.
The treat kong is another ordeal though. The red cone of rubber could very well be holding a tasty treat for our friend, it's no wonder he's trying to go all 007 and sneak into enemy territory. He definitely needs to work on his camouflage skills though.
Pushing The Limits And Conspiring To Get The Bed Back
This corgi should know better than to sneak up on a sleeping tiger. At least our last cat was awake and knew what the lab was planning. Right here, this is a dangerous game that could end with the cat catapulting through the roof.
Maybe the first step in this plan should be to get out from underneath the dresser. It might be easier to crawl onto the bed when you're not somewhat trapped. Just a thought. The corgi is going to do what he will. We just hope he doesn't end up scaring the cat half to death.
She's Feistier Than She Looks
Unfortunately, this is not a joke. That cat might be a tiny ball of fur, but we all know she has claws and teeth like daggers. This poor doggo knows it, too. It's most likely the reason he looks so sad lying down in the bed that's half his size.
Then again, who needs to go through the demon-fuzz when there is a perfectly nice floor to get comfy on! Our canine friend seems to know how to pick his battles, and this is one where he just needs to wait out the two-pound ball of anger to reclaim the bed.
This Puppy Is Not Going Down Without A Fight
Can you not hear the cat's aristocratic voice, "bow down to me peasant, this is my domain, and therefore my bed." This poor puppy is probably new to the family, and already he is having his bed stolen by the cat who is almost too big for it.
All bets are off when you get bigger, buddy! Maybe. Probably not. Cat's have no remorse that way, and unfortunately, you're probably going to have to get used to finding another comfy spot in the house to sleep. That bed is officially off-limits to anything that doesn't enjoy a nice box. Way to stick up for yourself, though!
These Two Didn't Stand A Chance
This cat must be crafty if she was able to win the luxury of the dog bed against two full-grown huskies. Speaking of, the two snow boys look as though they just suffered an unspeakable defeat against their sister. All while the cat is perched in a stoic, Ancient Egyptian cat pose.
Needless to say, it doesn't look like the cat feels overly sorry for stealing the bed. The dogs can just sleep on the floor, after all. Our vote is on the two dogs regrouping and overthrowing the evil cat, reclaiming their bed.
This Dog Is Waiting For Someone To Do Something
Is anyone going to tell him that the cat is literally the size of one of his ears? Just nudge the cat over with your nose and call it a day, you silly boy. Although, it does look like the kitten is about to pounce if anyone even thinks about moving her.
Message received, your highness, we will not touch you. Just keep in mind that this is selfish and your big brother would like his bed back. He tried sleeping in yours, but only his head was able to fit on it. Not the most comfortable of positions.
When You're Scared To Look At Your Sibling
At least this white fuzzball decided to be mildly decent and leave room on the bed for her dog sibling. The dog looks more than a bit skeptical though. He probably knows something we don't about the cat. She is staring him down pretty hard, almost daring him to speak out against her.
On second thought, maybe he shouldn't crawl onto the bed while the cat is still there. She could come out screaming like Yzma's deranged cat-self in The Emperor's New Groove. To say that white kitten was terrifying in its own right would be an understatement.
This Dog Wants To Take Back His Territory
This dog doesn't care what the cat says. He will not be evicted from his own bed! Even though the cat doesn't seem too happy about the turn of events, our spotted friend is definitely going for it. Even if he is looking back at his human with eyes that say, "I've made a huge mistake," we fully believe he can reclaim his bed.
The good news is that his tail is still kind of up and wagging. Hopefully, that means the cat hasn't gotten around to threatening him yet. Maybe they'll do what all owners wish for and snuggle together. But with those cat's eyes, we won't hold our breath.
The Staring Contest To See Who The True Ruler Is
Both cats could easily fit on one of those beds, but it looks like they want to be stereotypical cats and claim one each. After all, everyone knows that you can never have too much room in your bed.
Too bad the orange one feels like staring down the dog in a "what are you going to do about it" manner. Can't a good boy enjoy his redbone on a too-small bed without having a staring contest with a cat while the other watches from afar? Such disrespect when the dog gave up one of the big beds!
The Dog That Blames His Human
For what it's worth, this little beagle looks more annoyed at their human than their cat sibling who took over his bed. Whose fault is it that there is a cat in the house, to begin with? Not the cats, that's for sure. And now the precious dog has had his bed taken away from him — cheers to you, human.
Maybe the cat and dog will join forces and take over their owner's bed. Wouldn't that be a turn of events? For now, here's to dreaming that the cat apologizes for being greedy and gives the dog his bed back.