これがないと眠れな~い!? 猫からブランケットを盗んじゃった犬!

寝るときに掛け布団がないと寝られない!なんてもありますが、このワンちゃんも例外なくそのようです。
とはいってもグッスリ寝ている猫から全部ブランケットを持ってっちゃうなんてヒドイかも!?


一方、ブランケットを取られてしまった猫のほうは、そんなことには気づかない様子で、グッスリ寝ちゃってます。
二人ともいい夢みてね!

記事元:pawnation

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これがないと眠れな~い!? 猫からブランケットを盗んじゃった犬!

JIGOKUDANI, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 17:  A group of Japanese Macaque monkeys relax in the hot spring at the Jigokudani (Hell's Valley) Monkey Park on February 17, 2008 in Jigokudani, Nagano, Japan. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold, behaviour originating from a female Macaque which ventured into the hot springs to retrieve soybeans in 1963.

YAMANOUCHI, JAPAN - JANUARY 30:  A visitor poses for a picture with Japanese Macaque monkeys near relax the hot spring at the Jigokudani (Hell's Valley) Monkey Park on January 30, 2010 in Yamanouchi, Japan. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold. This behaviour originates from a female Macaque who ventured into the hot springs to retrieve soybeans in 1963.

JIGOKUDANI, JAPAN - JANUARY 23: A man relaxes alongside Japanese macaque monkeys in the hot springs at Jigokudani-Onsen (Hell Valley) on January 23, 2005 in Jigokudani, Nagano-Prefecture, Japan. Japanese Macaques, also known as snow monkeys are the most northerly nonhuman primate in the world. In 1963 a female Macaque ventured into the hot springs to retrieve some soybeans. This behaviour was adopted by other monkeys, and eventually by the entire troop. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold. The hot springs are said to help relieve nerve pain and fatigue.

YAMANOUCHI, JAPAN - JANUARY 30:  Japanese Macaque monkeys relax in the hot spring at the Jigokudani (Hell's Valley) Monkey Park on January 30, 2010 in Yamanouchi, Japan. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold. This behaviour originates from a female Macaque who ventured into the hot springs to retrieve soybeans in 1963.

JIGOKUDANI, JAPAN - JANUARY 23: A Japanese macaque jumps over another at Jigokudani-Onsen (Hell Valley) on January 23, 2005 in Jigokudani, Nagano-Prefecture, Japan. Japanese Macaques, also known as snow monkeys are the most northerly nonhuman primate in the world. In 1963 a female Macaque ventured into the hot springs to retrieve some soybeans. This behaviour was adopted by other monkeys, and eventually by the entire troop. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold. The hot springs are said to help relieve nerve pain and fatigue.

YAMANOUCHI, JAPAN - JANUARY 30:  Japanese Macaque monkeys relaxes near the hot spring at the Jigokudani (Hell's Valley) Monkey Park on January 30, 2010 in Yamanouchi, Japan. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold. This behaviour originates from a female Macaque who ventured into the hot springs to retrieve soybeans in 1963.

YAMANOUCHI, JAPAN - JANUARY 30:  Japanese Macaque monkeys huddle together in snow near the hot spring at the Jigokudani (Hell's Valley) Monkey Park on January 30, 2010 in Yamanouchi, Japan. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold. This behaviour originates from a female Macaque who ventured into the hot springs to retrieve soybeans in 1963.

JIGOKUDANI, JAPAN - DECEMBER 28:  A Japanese Macaque monkey relaxes in the hot spring at Jigokudani-Onsen (Hell Valley) on December 28, 2005 in Jigokudani, Nagano Prefecture, Japan.  Japanese Macaques, also known as snow monkeys are the most northerly non-human primate in the world. In 1963 a female Macaque ventured into the hot springs to retrieve some soybeans. This behaviour was adopted by other monkeys, and eventually by the entire troop. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold as Japan is hit by record snowfall.

JIGOKUDANI, JAPAN - JANUARY 23: Japanese Macaque monkies enjoy a dip in the hot springs at Jigokudani-Onsen (Hell Valley) on January 23, 2005 in Jigokudani, Nagano-Prefecture, Japan. Japanese Macaques, also known as snow monkeys are the most northerly nonhuman primate in the world. In 1963 a female Macaque ventured into the hot springs to retrieve some soybeans. This behaviour was adopted by other monkeys, and eventually by the entire troop. This Macaque troop regularly visits the Jigokudani-Onsen springs to escape the cold. The hot springs are said to help relieve nerve pain and fatigue.

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