Spreading Out For Maximum Comfort

As masters of comfort, Frankie and Cheoah understand the benefits of spreading out. Sufficient room guarantees relaxation space.

Cheese? Move to your own couch. Spreading out.

Cheese? Move to your own couch.

Experience tells us that six Siberian Huskies can comfortably fit on our den couches. Sure, the humans complain if we don’t leave them space, but they can sit in the floor. Even if only two Siberians want the couch, however, we believe we should maximize space consumption.

A couch to myself.

A couch to myself.

With Cheoah on one couch, Frankie claims the other and fluffs his pillows. Are you laughing at pillow fluffing? You don’t expect we poor Siberians to nap without pillows do you?

Much better.

Much better.


  1. siku marie on July 28, 2016 at 10:59 pm

    Now imagine 10 who all want their own diva divans.

  2. Lori on July 28, 2016 at 8:25 am

    You two just rest and relax now❤️

  3. Mom, Ebby 'n Ice on July 28, 2016 at 3:39 am

    Mom sez: Oh, Frankie, you look SOOO comfortable. That pillow adds just the right touch!

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