The great humanitarian Dr. Albert Schweitzer (who received the Nobel Peace Price for running hospitals in Africa long before anyone had heard of Mother Theresa) is supposed to have once written a letter with his left hand so as to avoid disturbing the cat that was sleeping on his right arm.
So you are in good company, Dr. Harley.
That said, methinks that gently moving the cat to your lap or an other comfortable sleeping location would be a perfectly agreeable solution -- to cats and humans alike in most of the known world.
AntiM wrote:Every now and then Harry Buttlicker decides sleeping on my feet is not cozy enough, and redistributes himself to the head of the bed, onto the pillow, resting in my hair. He purrs loudly and weights 18 pounds. No wonder I have neck pain when I wake up.
Shambala wrote:AntiM wrote:Every now and then Harry Buttlicker decides sleeping on my feet is not cozy enough
I hope MyLarry does not go on this forum. He will be pissed to know that's how you refer to him.
AntiM wrote:They're so cute when they're small...
Then they grow up and run your phone bills sky high!!!
That's Oide (oy-day), which is Japanese for "Come here".