The one bad thing about having a cat alarm clock -is that there's no snooze button.
Around 6:45-7:25 the close purring curl up occurs.
Followed by either sitting on top of your chest or spooning nearby.
This is normally a 5- 10 minute slow wake-up call. If this does not easily stir the human, then the incessant staring at close range will do the trick. From there, begins the repetitive innocent meow. (by that I mean that Georgie has mastered the "hey wassup type of meow that pretends to be saying ....are you awake yet? Are you asleep still? Are you getting up anytime soon lady!?")
If the human then does get out of bed and head for the bathroom, a quick detour tail tripping manoeuvre
occurs. Ooops, sorry to force your legs to wander into the kitchen, but that's where the wet food is kept.