I hadn’t noticed it before but, though all my cats - indeed, all cats - love their comfort, Josie seems to seek out that little extra. The Kick-a-roos aren’t used much for kicking anymore, though they are still wrestling partners and chew-toys for the beasts. Tucker also likes to lie behind one to try to seize a string-toy as it gets pulled by him. The Tackle-fish, sole (!) survivor of a school of three, serves similar purposes. But Josie has another use for them; perhaps an obvious one, but not one her roommates have discovered.
Now and then, I will find my Chubs using the toys as pillows. I don’t know if feline bodies are made for using a pillow, but Josie seems to find them comfortable even so. They apparently have a strong appeal when the possibility of lying in sunshine offers itself. Perhaps they impart that extra bit of heat to a fuzzy face.
I do like seeing the Great White taking her leisure. She doesn’t seem to sleep more now at thirteen years of age than she did at five, when I first adopted her. But when she sleeps, she is the picture of rest. Especially with a pillow tucked under that little head.