I've found this to be the ideal sleeping position as it allows the maximum allergen exposure. However, the human will wake up quickly if you remain in this position for very long. More, you risk the possibility that the human will sit up quickly, gasping for air and when this happens, you can be tossed in various directions or sprayed with nasal fluids. I recommend using this position only for brief periods of time. For a full page view, click here
This is another good position that allows maximum exposure to cat fur. However, it's rather difficult to substain this position for long as the allergic human will eventually wake. The advantage of this position is that when the human sits up quickly, it's unlikely you will be in harm's way.
This is the position you usually wind up in after being in the previous position for a while. The disadvantage of being close to the human's face is that the human will eventually reach out and move you.
Sometime during the night, the human will shift positions to face the edge of the bed and move as close to the edge as possible. When this occurs, your best position is right behind the head.
I love this position. Eventually, the human becomes so clogged with nasal drainage that the human begins breathing through his or her mouth. First you curl into this nice little position on the pillow next to the human and then you roll into the position following.
Isn't this a great one? Now the human is inhaling a double-dose of allergens: Through the nose and through the mouth. The human will probably wake up spitting out cat hair. Notice the embroidery on my side from where the stupid human took me to an embroiderer? Fortunately, those stitches have been removed and I'm perfect again. Not that I ever let any stupid purple threads ever mar my inner perfection.