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That's Why Your Cat Sleeps with You

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Funny answer about kittens I would like more answers

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  • The main reason for a cat rolling over in the sun is to expose its belly.

    The cat will enjoy the feeling of sun, but fur blocks much of the heat.

    By rolling over, the sun hits the cat’s bare belly.

    This is a fast-track to warmth and enhanced body temperature.

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Is Your Cat a Sun Worshipper?

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12 Things Cats Love the Most

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