Furstly. Find a very high place for your nap, such as on top of the kitchen cupboards, purrfurr-ably the cupboard above refrigerator, or purr haps the frigerator if your kitchen cupboards go all the way to the ceiling.
Secondly, Get in a nice good, long stretch of your back legs.
Third Step. Check your limberness and munch on a few fleas if they are bothering your technique.
And then, Voila! The yoga-ness pose that will have your pawrents and other humans wondering, Hey, how you do that?
Finally... one last peek at the world below, before off to lovely dreamland of the happy, cared for, indoor cat.
I hope you liked your yoga napping lesson and can find a way to try it at your home. I am furry thankful that I found Mom Katie last winter. I am furry loved and not abandoned no more. I could never try this restful yoga technique outdoors.
Mom shared my new long name with me today. Katie Mom always gives her furever kitty kids a long 3 name and a nickname. Such as Lil Bear's long name am Benjamin Lil Bear, but every human call him Bear. I could call him Bear, since I talk Engrish, but my nickname for Bear am "squeaky," in cat mews that is. Bear cant talk Engrish. Him use whiney squeak to get Mom's attention. Very annoying sometimes.
Katie Mom thought of calling me Happy Oreo Cookie, but I not good at cooking, although I do like checking out the stove smells. If you look closely, does my cute face remind you of a funny human who went over the Rainbow Bridge? Mom said my furever long name am now Oreo Robin William. But you can calls me Orie.
And like Brian of Brian's Home Says, Adopt Cats! We needs and Deserves you! More Furever Homes More Often! (Concats on the 2,000th post last week, Brian!)
Oreo Robin William
(Purr S. You can find my photo at Mom's National Geographic Your Shot, where Mom tells that I not your average pet. -Orie)