One of the great things about working from home is I get to hang out with my dogs during the day, and occasionally take random belly rub breaks or dog walks. (When it's cooler, at least. No daytime dog walks during the scorching New Mexico summer.) Usually, though, they're just lazing around. But, since they're corgis, they're never lying in a normal position. I'm much more likely to find something like this:
No, she didn't fall off of my desk, that's just how she's hanging out.
The places I'm most likely to find my dogs during the day are the stairs and the couch. And with surprising consistency, I'll find them in these positions where I just have to stop and ask them, "This is comfortable? You chose that?" And they'll either blink at me and keep lazing, or they'll contort themselves out of it (sometimes with great, awkward effort) and demand a walk.
I can't always understand the comfort of my pups' chosen sleeping positions, but then again, I have been known to fall victim to the "Awkward Reading Position" problem. Having practiced yoga for more than a decade, I should know better how to keep my neck from aching or my leg from falling asleep as I twist and contort in my reading chair, but who thinks about posture and alignment when you're caught up in a story?
Sometimes, though, I find my dogs snuggled up in a good spot and I have to think, "Yep, they've got this 'comfy' thing figured out."