Any fur parent would admit to sharing bed space with their pets at some point in their lives. This is expected since it’s part of our nature as humans to keep those we love close by. We feel that we’re doing a great job at protecting them when we see them sleeping soundly beside us.
Now, the thing about sleeping with pets is that they tend to hog all the available bed space. They start by curling themselves up at the end of the mattress, only to dominate whatever space is left once you drift off to la-la land. It’s when this happens that most fur parents begin regretting why they let their dogs sleep with them in the first place.
Cuddle-worthy Huskies Sky and Kakoa’s fur parents were well-meaning when they allowed them to sleep in their room. The fluff balls jumped at the opportunity, of course, because they love having their humans nearby. Their assigned spot is at the foot of the bed.
The Huskies would start their journey to dreamland by sleeping beside each other and sticking their butts together. Then, as their owners start to go deeper into their REM cycle, they crawl towards where their fur parents are. They lie down right in the middle, making it difficult for them to hug each other. Wondering what was causing all this, they decided to review the footage from the security camera they installed in their room.
When the parents are asleep…
They were surprised when the footage showed them the Huskies’ hilarious sleeping patterns. They also discovered when they’ve been losing the majority of the bed space.
The couple couldn’t help but laugh when they saw the dogs move around a lot. The pups kept changing positions and taking turns in sleeping beside their fur parents. This pattern went on until 7 in the morning. Watch the adorable footage below:
Credits to My Mountain Husky