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15 Adorable Animals That Can Sleep Pretty Much Anywhere

After you look at the cute animals, you’re probably going to want to take a nap.

Courtesy Scott Nuccio

With a baby on his back

Good thing I’m fluffy or else this baby would not be comfortable. These pictures of sleeping cats will make you smile. 

Young rabbit sleepsRoselynne/Shutterstock

Ears up

My ears might look like I’m listening to you, but I’m actually deep in dreamland.

Courtesy Audrey Smith

Snuggled up

The best way to sleep is snuggled up next to your sibling. Check out these facts about animals that everyone gets wrong.

sleeping two toe sloth in tree, cahuita, costa rica, central americaworldswildlifewonders/Shutterstock

Naps in the trees

The weather is great up here. 

Courtesy Kathleen Anzalone

Don’t talk to me

If I sleep with my head smashed into this blanket, no one will disturb me. 

Courtesy Tabitha Wright

Protecting my little sister

I sleep with her because I (I mean she!) has nightmares sometimes. Can you spot the animals camouflaged in these pictures?

A caged hamster trying to sleep. Resmitatil/Shutterstock

Nap pile

Yes, this wall is just as comfortable as a nice squishy pillow.

Courtesy Craig DeWitt

In the ocean

This buoy is the perfect spot to snooze. 

Courtesy Malisa Nicolau

With toys

I got tired while playing with my toys. Watch out! These innocent-looking animals are actually dangerous

sleeping cow on a high mountain pasture. Alps, Italy.AS-kom/Shutterstock

Sleeping in the pasture

This spot of grass looks like a nice spot to fall asleep. 

Courtesy Kurt Borglum

Clonked out

I’m just a puppy, you can’t blame me for falling asleep. 

Courtesy Autumn Repisa

Talk to the paws

Do not disturb, I’m getting my beauty rest. These animals have hilarious names that are actually real

piglet (Sus scrofa domesticus) sleeping in strawJeff Grabert/Shutterstock

Sweet dreams

This hay is quite comfy. Don’t miss these cute pictures of baby animals that will brighten your day

Courtesy Andrea Fields

Human pillow

Dad’s hip makes a great pillow. Have you tried sleeping on your dad’s hip?

Hedgehog sleeps on sand.hedgehog sleeingThanisnan Sukprasert/Shutterstock

Prickly snooze

I can just curl up right here and dream of worms. Next, see if you can spot the difference between these nearly identical animals.

Morgan Cutolo
Morgan is the Assistant Digital Managing Editor at Reader’s Digest. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2016 where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. When she’s not writing for rd.com or keeping the 650+ pieces of content our team produces every month organized, she likes watching HGTV, going on Target runs, and searching through Instagram to find new corgi accounts to follow.