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Poll: Do you let your pets share your bedroom?
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No pets
13.41%
11 13.41%
Pets not allowed to share bedroom
9.76%
8 9.76%
One cat in bedroom
12.20%
10 12.20%
More than one cat in bedroom
13.41%
11 13.41%
One dog in bedroom
20.73%
17 20.73%
More than one dog in bedroom
25.61%
21 25.61%
Other (please specify)
4.88%
4 4.88%
Total 82 vote(s) 100%
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Pets in the bedroom?
#41
One Crazy Pup, a maltipoo. She has to be physically touching one of us when sleeping on the bed, which can be kind of annoying. That, and she licks everything in sight. However, she usually sleeps in the living room all by her lonesome. I don't mind the dog in the bed; hubby does mind.
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#42
One (large) dog and two cats! Both in the room and on the bed.
Sandy
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#43
Since the miserable cats moved out, the puppies moved in. They sleep in their own bed most of the time, but sometimes have to climb in with Mrs. R_G... She doesn't mind if the puppies are in the bed. Me? Well, you'd have to ask her if she minds me being in the bed.
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#44
Well, if i you "have a cat", you only think so.
The cat owns your home, and you're allowed to use it too Wink
For me, there's no way to have the cat out of my bed. Fortunately she accepted the mask and gear stuff and doesn't start to play around with it, while i'm sleeping.
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#45
One English Mastiff that sleeps on his own twin mattress in our room. The way he snores sometimes, i think he needs his own CPAP. Laugh-a-lot
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