When you're shopping for dog beds, you're often encouraged to consider the weight of your pup and plan accordingly. Since Sinead is the smallest Boston terrier in the history of the universe at less than 8 pounds, she often gets beds that are made for cats. They're the only beds that seem sized appropriately for her.
But recently, I discovered that Sinead wants something different. She wants a bed made for a very large dog.
I snagged this bed off the sale table, and as you can see, it's absolutely huge when compared to Sinead. She only takes up a tiny corner of that bed, and she still has room for a toy (which came from BarkBox last month, and is also too big for her) and her blanket.
I would think this bed would be chilly for her, as she has all that space around her. And since she doesn't like to be cold, I would think she'd avoid this bed altogether.
Ahem. Not so.
She manages to utilize the too-big bed and the too-big toy in one shot, and she caps it off with a little stink eye for good measure. Well done, Sinead! But you'll also see how much room she has to stretch out here. Her toes are fully extended, both front and back. And she still has room to move.
This very-big bed has become her go-to napping spot during the day. And it might mean I need to get her much bigger beds in the future.
But in the interim, it looks like I need to stop taking photos of her. She declares this photo shoot done!
We're sharing as part of the Wordless Wednesday blog hop, as hosted by BlogPaws. Have you joined in? You should. It's a great way to find out about new blogs and make new friends. Give it a try!
And before you go, leave me a comment. Do your dogs and cats like big beds or snuggle small beds? I'd love to know where your cats fall on this spectrum!