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February 22, 2020

Bungee Bed

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Gray Cat prefers this napping spot above all others, prolly 'cause she's suspended on a web of stretched bungee cords (whose main function is to hold the 37-year-old chair together, now that its webbing has deteriorated to the point where it can no longer support a person's weight).

Air from the heating vent directly below rises and fills the space between the chair's original seat and the superimposed bungee arrangement, making for a very comfortable snooze.

When you weigh 5.5 pounds and your weight's distributed over a relatively large area (I did the math: she covers about one square foot of surface area with her furry self when reclining in sleep pose; 5.5 pounds x 16 ounces/pound  = 88 ounces divided by 144 square inches = 0.6 ounces/square inch = 17 grams/square inch pressure) when you sleep, life is good.

Note the bungee cord fibers and kitty's whiskers waving in the stream of warm air rising from below the chair.

February 22, 2020 at 02:01 PM | Permalink


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