a cat nap

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a cat nap

A very brief but restful period of sleep. I'm going to try to squeeze in a cat nap before my next shift starts, or else I'll be feeling sluggish for the entire evening.
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As a cat lover and daughter of a courageous woman who has been a breast cancer survivor for more than 10 years, I'm thrilled to support a campaign that empowers cat lovers and breast cancer supporters to make a difference and raise funds simply by taking a cat nap this October.
He'd he hardly had a look in here before he caught Newcastle's defence having a cat nap four minutes from time.
If you're looking to take a cat nap in the dog days of summer, trade up your old chaise for a padded outdoor relaxer.
But, amazingly, just the other day the family discovered Kelly having a cat nap under the table in the conservatory.
I'M a big cat nap fan, but not something which rhymes with it.
8) TAKE A CAT NAP It's a fantastic way to make up for getting less than eight hours' sleep.
03), a cat nap of between 15 and 30 minutes will lower your blood pressure, making you feel more relaxed.
After all that exertion, she probably went home for a Cat nap.
After all that grub, a cat nap with Sox looked on the cards.
Describing their work as "swamp noir", the styles on their fourth album lurch from the brooding country of Color Of The Sun to the crashing rock 'n' roll of Go Jimmy Go via the Blue Mountain inflections of the enchantingly-entitled Cat Nap In The Boom Boom Room.
Inside the kitty hamper, you will find three months' supply of New Whiskas, a cat nap cushion, a reflective collar and toys.
Stop being such a party animal, and try taking a little cat nap.
If space allows, add a chaise lounge so you can take a cat nap in the dog days of summer.
Then came my regular afternoon cat nap - I've been having one every day as I begin the wind down for my final eight weeks.
Viewing it as a noisy cat nap is what the radiographer suggested when he took my details at the start.