Sarah Silverman's Cat Nap Thwarted by… Dognap, interruped
There's no rest for the wickedly funny (and very tired) Sarah Silverman.
We've all been there. Well, those of us with pets, anyway.
You lie down to get some much-needed shut eye, but your furry friend has something very different in mind. They suddenly take interest in that squeaky toy they never liked before, howl for food, or insist on barking at the shadows on the wall.
And unfortunately, comedian and actress Sarah Silverman knows this all too well:
There's not much to be done in this situation, but that doesn't stop it from being incredibly annoying. You can encourage them to nap with you or try to distract them with food or a quiet toy, but ultimately, a dog (or cat) is gonna do what they want. And typically, at least in our experience, shutting them out of the bedroom doesn't do any good, either.
Ah, well. It's just the small price we pay for having four-legged best friends.
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