Juliet loves Roscoe. He isn't her Romeo, but he is her third-favorite pillow after Amazon Girl's lap and mine.
He's not the love of her life nor she his, but they do share a sweet, special kind of relationship.
The Nap Dance usually follows the same format.
1. Roscoe finds a cozy place to take his afternoon siesta, usually the couch, or like today, the easy chair that used to belong to SG's Grandma Lois. Juliet, searching for her own cozy place, spies the object of her affection.
2. She approaches carefully, checking to make sure he isn't averse to her affections:
3. Once it appears he accepts her affections, she gives him a nice back massage as a thank-you:
4. Massage complete, now its time for siesta!
What is this "fighting like cats and dogs" of which you speak?