Snoozy pets have stolen the hearts of the nation, as photos flood in for a competition to find the UK’s sleepiest animals.
Recent research revealed that over a third of Brits don’t let their pets sleep in or on their own bed, meaning they often need to find somewhere else to sleep, regularly dozing off in some bizarre positions.
That’s why online bed and mattress specialist, Bed SOS, encouraged Brits to submit photos of their furry companions, fast asleep in unexpected positions or locations, in a bid to find the UK’s sleepiest pet and has so far had over 400 entries.
Danny Richmond, managing director of Bed SOS, said: “We’ve been inundated with entries already and the competition isn’t over yet. It’s going to be tough choosing a winner; it seems household pets love a snooze everywhere from our beds to around the house, and owners love to take snaps. After all, who doesn’t love seeing cute photos of pets sleeping in hilarious positions?”
The nationwide competition closes at 12pm on Monday 27th January, so you haven’t got long to get your entries in to be with a chance of winning a brand-new bed worth £400.
Entrants are asked to send in a photo of their sleepy pet and a selection of entries can be found below:
1 Karen Parker finds it hard to get any work done with her dog Lucy around
2 Hayley Collier’s eight-year-old daughter Khloe, from Windsor, loves taking a nap time with their new puppy Isco
3 Charlie Brunton’s four-year old cat Chizzy loves sleeping in the wok
4 Pooches Dynamo and Nelly much prefer Lisa Fletcher’s bed to their own
5 Karen Wilson, from Cumbria, found her cat Bradley (age 15) asleep in a cool bag
6 Jacquelyn Burton’s Beagle Maisy likes to give Poppy the Chihuahua a comfortable place to rest
7 Amy Carbarns shared this photo of her cats Leo, Honey and Mittens snuggled together
8 Clare Baskott found her horse Milie taking a nap in a field
9 Sonia Chandler, from Chichester, rescued her five-year old dog Marley from a shelter in Romania. As you can see, he likes to guard the TV remote in his sleep!
10 Terese Hulse from Pontefract’s 13-year-old dog Lily doesn’t choose the most comfortable positions to sleep in.
To enter the competition yourself to be in with a chance to winning a brand-new bed worth up to £400 you can visit https://www.bedsos.co.uk/blog/2020/01/sleepy-pets-competition/.