Welcome everyone to the final day of competition at the Cat Olympics Competitive Napping event! It's been a massive week and we'll be winding up today with some great competitors. Let's get started.
First up are the Beaded Tail girls. Isabella has pulled out the floofy belly pose, always a favourite with the judges.
And here's Angel, making herself completely at home in the bed.
From Milo and Alfie's family, Gorjuss Ginger Gizmo is competing with an excellent entry. Note he is ON the bed and UNDER the blankets. Good work Gizzy!
Up next are the competitors from the Bumpass Hounds and Kitties family. There are lots of them, so let's get started.
Boru (bonus points for showing one of our favourites, Maxdog in South Africa?):
Alex P Kitten, extra points for ignoring the furry butt in his way:
Sophie (multiple nappers entry):
Shiloh (size of a small horse, bonus points for being as flat as possible):
Radar (blind as a bat, no tail, napping like a champion):
Max, determined to nap even without any creature comforts:
JEB, with a surprise appearance by Boru:
Jack, doing an excellent job of getting in the way in the kitchen:
Homer J, trying to nap with a sock AND a t-shirt on, oh the indignity!
Abby, also getting in the way in the kitchen. Good work Abby!
And finally a posthumous entry from Chance, letting it all hang out as he naps with his mum:
Here's our Romanian competitors, Chicco, Pusi and Tudor.
This photo of Chicco sleeping in his favourite box totally makes me laugh:
Here's Pusi in his CTRL+SHIFT+SLEEP position:
And Tudor, in synchronized sleep with his orange girlfriend:
Our final competitors come from the fine state of Merryland. It's Queen Meeshka and the gimpy gang, showing everydog and cat how multiple napping is done.
We'll call this one "total couch domination". A fine effort:
Here we have the Human Woman NOT getting in the way of a good nap. She makes for a nice pillow, so Meeshka tells me:
Possibly the most dramatic display of the three point sprawl we've seen so far:
And last but certainly not least, napping within a confined space. Yes there's more bed, but the doona only covers part of it so that's the part that must be napped within.
And with that, the competition is now closed! We've had a massive number of entries from the cat and dog blogosphere, and every single one has shown great napping ability.
Please come back tomorrow to vote in the People's Choice Awards, and then our medal ceremonies will be held on Saturday and Sunday.
Finally, if you thought you had entered the Competitive Napping event but didn't see your entry over the past six days, email me right now and I'll fix that right up.