Here's a tip for anyone whose cat invades their sleeping space. Somehow, cats always manage to fall asleep between your legs, on top of the covers, making it hard to move in bed. I have trained my last cat Sally and my new kitten Scotty to sleep in a spot that is good for both of us. I made Sally a little flat flannel pillow that I placed next to my pillow on the upper corner of the bed. She would curl up and lay her little head in my hand and I could pet her as we fell asleep. She was out of hubby's way, and not in the way of us turning over. She slept there every night. When Sally was gone and Scotty came along, he rejected Sally's freshly cleaned bed. I couldn't get him to sleep with me, and after 16 years of having Sally there, it messed up my own ability to sleep. So I went to the fabric store, got some plush cuddly fabric and made Scotty a snuggle blanket of his own. He loves it! Something about this fabric makes him purr on contact. Then he drops and starts kneading whatever is in front of him. Soon he is fast asleep. With FM, it's hard enough to get comfortable in bed, and already a struggle to turn over. That extra cat weight pinning your lower legs in one position doesn't help. This solves that problem. This tells the cat, "You are welcome to sleep here, but only here. This is YOUR spot." They get more attention in that spot, dont get their sleep disturbed, and you get your freedom of movement back! Your spouse isn't even aware of their presence on the bed. Of course you could use a small blanket or towel instead of making something. Sally liked the flat pillow. Scotty didn't like his with stuffing, so I removed the stuffing from his and just gave him the plush fabric cover.