原标题：萌炸天的猫咪睡姿！Are these the best cat naps EVER
Cats have a reputation for being a bit lazy and there's a good reason for that-as they sleep between 16 and 20 hours a day.
These sleep loving animals need twice as much kip as humans do and are often not fussy about where they do it.
In fact, they have the uncanny ability to nod off in the oddest of places, as these pictures show.
This cat has managed to use up every inch of space in this box with no room to wriggle around and is still sleeping soundly.
From being curled up in their water bowls to scrunched up on the stair banister, it seems no space is too small or too awkward for them to be able to snooze.
In fact, it seems that their favourite places are so small there isn't enough room to swing a cat.
These pictures from Bored Panda show that there is no mystery as to why felines are such good sleepers.
And while they have a reputation for being more aloof than dogs, it seems that their attitude helps them enjoy a good rest anywhere in the home.
Warming itself by the fire, this cat has fallen asleep unusually on its back.
Somehow this uncomfortable sleeping position looks quite...Comfortable.
This kitten has managed to fall asleep hugging the warm radiator and doesn't seem to mind that they are sitting.
Curled up like two peas in a pod, these kittens are just small enough to be able to fit in their food bowls.
This, of all the pictures, seems the most uncomfortable and yet the cat is sleeping soundly.
Drain pipe? Sure.
Stuck between a radiator and a wall? No problem.
Between a stack of DVDs? Whatever.
Cats just don't care.
These kittens and cats have squeezed themselves into some tight spots for their sleep.
This cat proved it can sleep purr-etty much anywhere and is lounging in the same position as its owner.
It's not usual to see cats sleeping on their backs but this cat is proving anything is possible.
A teeny tiny kitten manages to snooze between a rack of DVDs on a shelf.
This cat has chosen to sleep on top of a dog and weirdly, the dog doesn't seem to mind.
This cat seems to have chosen the most awkward place to sleep but has managed it.
A box of tissues has become the perfect spot to sleep in for this kitten.
This teeny tiny kitten has stretched their body over a box and seems to have fallen asleep in the process.
This cat might not look alive but apparently it's just asleep... upside down.
Although our indoor pet cats are fed by us and don't have to hunt for their next meal, they still have the same natural sleeping pattern as hunters.
Cats also tend to stay in a light sleep much of the time should potential prey appear before them.
They do engage in deep sleep but in much shorter 10 to 15 minute cycles.
It doesn't matter to them then where they sleep, they're nearly always ready for action.