This is a picture of my daughter's cat, Shadow, wearing her Winter pajamas. She is a Devon Rex chosen because she has very little hair (it's more like fluffy fur) and because of that she is good for people who are allergic to cats (my son-in-law). The only problem is when Winter comes she feels the cold - so the solution is to put her in something to make her warmer - and here she is in her PJ's feeling relaxed and snuggly.
I think Shadow is on to a good thing and if I could wave a magic wand, I'd make one day every month Pajama Day - this would be a day where you could sit around in snuggly comfort without worrying about tizzying yourself up for anyone. If you need to pop down the shop for some milk (or a chocolate bar) nobody would mind - they'd just think "oh....it must be her Pajama Day for this month."
I have to confess to sneaking in a pajama day here and there when I'm home all day (no I don't go down to the shops in them) and I do have a shower and brush my hair, but then the pj's go back on with a pair of fuzzy socks and I'm ready for a day of reading, TV or blogging (or all three). It's good to chill out and be comfy without worrying about what others might think.
I'm not sure that my husband is as big a fan of Pajama Day as I am, he seems to prefer me looking a little more "put together" but I know he doesn't begrudge me a day here and there when I can look like something the cat dragged in (oh another cat reference!) and I think he's secretly a little bit envious of my superpower - which is doing nothing and in great comfort.