Daylight Saving Time: 10 Cats and Dogs Who Really Needed That Extra Hour
Published on November 03, 2014
Spring forward, fall back. On Sunday we changed our clocks for Daylight Saving Time, and it couldn’t come soon enough for these tired pets! They needed that extra hour.
Check out our fun photo gallery below to see the cats and dogs who reveled in getting a bit more prime sleeping time.
Topper the 8-month-old Irish Wolfhound was going to do some laundry — and then this happened.
Hunter the dog really gives new meaning to the phrase "slept like a rock."
Uh oh, Blake the cat was supposed to be on bird-and-squirrel duty this shift.
Ranger the 18-month-old Siberian Husky got in the tub and decided to close his eyes just... for... a... moment.
Napping is better when done together and Mac McNaughty, a rescued Airedale Terrier, and Zoey, a champion Afghan Hound are clearly just too comfortable to move.
Hollie the hound mix definitely came in here to do something, but now she can't remember what it was. Maybe she'll just take a little rest.
Blue the German Shorthaired Pointer says, "Just five more minutes, Mom!"
The owner of Turkish Vans Cactus and Bailer says the kittens are "inseparable even when sleeping." Can we blame them for wanting to stay cuddled up?
We can't even pretend to know what happened with Moe the Birman.
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