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    The other night, I was awake about 3:30. I was laying I was just laying there starting to fall back asleep when I heard this "Plop". I looked over the edge of the bed and poor Cash had fallen out of bed! I got out of bed and checked him out. He seemed okay. He was looking around like "What the heck just happened?" So I put him back on the bed and we went to sleep. He seems to be fine now. I felt so sorry for the poor boy. I'm hoping that now he won't insist on sleeping right on the edge of the foot of the bed.
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    Poor little dude
    Glad he is okay.

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    Glad it wasn't serious, but I too would be freaking out. Doubt I would get back to sleep.

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    Oh no!. I sure woulfd worry about a repeat.
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    Aw, poor old man Scary! I remember Alex doing that a couple of times with EXACTLY that reaction..."how the heck did I get down here, Mom?" As if I'd pushed her I ended up pushing that side of the bed against the wall, and then putting the ramp there.
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    Miller fell out of bed once and had exactly the same reaction. Cash decided to sleep in the middle of the bed last night down towards the foot. I'm hoping he stays there. It's safer!
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    Poor dude. My bed is against the wall on one side. They won't sleep on the open side, just either against the wall or tucked up against me.

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