I'm always impressed by my cats abilities to sleep in amazing places, especially the Girls, which is what we call Luna and Niobe. They are a happy pair of sibs, found by Gene when he went for his regular haircut. At first he was going to bring home just one but how could you separate such cute sisters. My old cat, Minerva, had just gotten used to being an "only" cat. (Uther,my 18 year old Manx having died about 6 months before.) So she was not happy about the wild Kitty Girls who ran crazily in the house, playing and generally getting into mischief. She has reluctantly allowed them to live with her but there are rules. Luna may lick her head but Niobe never can. We will still have the week-long -"we are not amused" hissing for some unknown (to us non felines) rule breakage or behaviorial issue but generally some sort of truce is maintained.
Oh the Kitty Girls are a wild bunch. They managed to break out of every screen in the house and then hated the outside world hiding under the ancient and decrepit house, until we managed to lure them out with a cat of cat food. They are extremely picky about what they eat (not a bit like Minerva who will happily eat anything including cobwebs). They wake up us almost everyday and Luna, in particular, nags us about time. She's a very linear thinking cat. Niobe is much more polite but has the need to make everything a toy and absolutely loves to be stroked with the broom. Luna just runs and hides for a bit. Still they enliven the house alot and are sweet and loving and I wouldn't trade the Girls for anything. Niobe tends to like being with us for her naps and doesn't mind sharing the space with work or clutter. It's more fun that way to her.
Minerva, as befits her more elderly and hefty size, tends to find more comfortable places though she prefers spots that are sometimes hard for us to understand. A week was spent napping in the middle of the path to the kitchen and occasionally she will take to sleeping under the table, glowering at anyone who comes near. Her recent favorite is to come between us and sleep on the sofa. She manages to drive one or both of us away as she has a terrible snore. Some nights I can hear her from the bedroom. I was just informed she has found a box to sleep in - it's about a quarter of her size but she seems to have squeezed herself into it..
Update: The kitty girls managed to push out another screen (we now have a nice hole) and made the Great Escape. Niobe tired quickly but Luna went under the house and wouldn't come back. She ignored food, the food clicker, and the laser mouse. She finally decided Under the House was boring and came out after a frustrating (for us) wait of 2 hours.