Originally Posted by GoldenKitty45
Charlie tends to sleep at our feet. Once in awhile he might come up higher. He only gets on the pillow when he wants us to get up in the morning to feed him.
I have no clue as to why they sleep where they do. But will be interesting when Jack comes. As a kitten it will be awhile before he's big enough to jump to the top of a queen size bed
You could always do what my hubby did when we had Tia (Carolcat's little Siamese) for a few days before I flew her to California - he put pillows on the floor beside the bed and made a little ramp for her to get up on the bed.
She was so tiny and sweet. She slept snuggled under our chin and against our neck.
To the OP - I'm not sure it matters whether the cat is male or female honestly. My female Siamese slept against my tummy under the covers with me, Bijou sleeps stretched out beside me with his head on me pillow and often with his forehead and nose against my face and yes his whiskers tickle. Lately he seems to have taken a liking for my new Obusform pillow and will sleep almost on the top of my head with his face down by my nose. Hubby has admitted he would never be able to sleep if Bijou chose him to sleep with.
Our little Mika sleeps up against our daughter Jennifer, just under her chin and against her neck.
I personally think it really just depends on the individual cat - not whether it's male or female.