Here I am sleeping in my bean's closet. This is my favorite place to sleep, it is my little den. Domestic cats are denning animals by nature and we like to have a safe and secure place to go to sleep. I like the closet especially because it full of my bean's clothing and so it smell like her, which is also comforting to me.
She get me the stadium blanket I am sleeping on at a baseball game. I like this blanket because it has black and white colors and matches my furs. This makes me harder to see when I am sleeping on it, and provides an extra layer of security for me.
I also like to go to my closet den when we are having a thunderstorm. Thunderstorms do not frighten me, but I feel more secure there. If I am every very frightened about something, I will seek out the companionship of my human bean, as I know she will protect me.
Tueday Tip: If you or another kitteh or woofie in your household are anxious during thunderstorms, it may not be the noise that startles you. Some animals build up static electricity in their coats when a storm front moves in that this makes for an uncomfortable time. Fortunately, this is very easy to combat.
Have your human rub you down with a sheet of Bounce or another in-the-dryer brand of fabric softener. This will remove the static from your coat (and also give you nice fresh smell).
Static cling may also build up in your coat during the winter months if you live in colder climates and must resort to artificial heat to warm your house. A good rub down every few days will solve that problem as well.