For some people the sound of the ocean or classical music soothes their minds, but for animal lovers there is nothing more peaceful than watching their pets sleep.
In an uncertain world there is one thing you can be certain of – the love of your rescued pet. Dogs and cats make our lives whole, but they do so much more than that. They bring us joy and are natural stress relievers.
No matter how bad your day was it instantly gets better when you are greeted by your faithful companion. Right now, everyone could use a few extra moments of relaxation so enjoy these short clips of sleeping dogs and cats. Young or old, big or small, all need to rest their tired eyes and dream of tasty treats and chasing squirrels.
Besides, who doesn’t love napping?! Check out these 10 sleeping pets and share a photo of your beloved pet napping in the comments.
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Too Tired To Move
Definitely Dreaming About Food
As you can see, watching pets sleep is calming so it should come as no surprise that there is an Instagram page dedicated just to sleeping dogs and over 200,000 posts of sleeping cats.
Be sure to share these with your animal-loving friends for a quick dose of relaxation and entertainment.
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