Recent Questions Tagged Cat-Sleep-Patterns

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In your cat’s mind, it is often you who is sleeping by it’s feet, not the other way around. Since you live in their territory and it recognizes you, it lets you sleep at its side. Besides the fact that your cat likes to sleeping on you, or lay next to you: a cat will show you affection or trust by licking you....
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Cats are at their most vulnerable when they’re sleeping, so getting spooked while sleeping will have a lasting effect. You may or may not have noticed what spooked them. It could have been a loud noise, another pet pouncing on them, or maybe you kicked them in your sleep (see the first point above)....
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Your cat sleeping next to you all night may actually bring these allergies out which will disrupt your sleep. Disruption: All cats are very different and some may be more energetic than others, but pretty much most cats will cause disruption to your sleep due to being active, moving around, or trying to lye on you....
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If you’re concerned about your cat’s behavior, rest assured that sleeping on your lap or legs is purr -fectly normal. There are many reasons why they would pick this specific sleeping spot, but regardless of the motives, it’s a habit that many felines have and is not a cause for concern....
asked by Teodozji (170 points)
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If your cat likes to sleep on or next to you, then you are a most beloved cat owner. My tiny 3-pound foster kitten, Smoochie, runs to sleep on my chest or in my lap the moment I sit down. And my big 16-pound cat, Lovey, isn’t happy unless he’s snoozing on my hip....
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Though Siamese cats tend to be a bit stubborn, you and your Siamese will come to an understanding with a bit of time. Siamese cats are very affectionate cats and love to be with their owners. They want to be close to their owners and do like physical affection, such as being held or being pet....
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If your cat likes to sleep near your head it's probably because your body releases a lot of heat from there while you sleep , making it extra cozy for your cat. You also don't move your head much in your sleep, so your cat knows that they're less likely to get whacked by an arm or leg up there....
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Another reason that your cat may enjoy sleeping right next to your head, or on your pillow, is because they are trying to display dominance. This can be especially true if you have more than just one cat in your house....
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Normal Sleep. Predators need lots of sleep because hunting is so energy-consuming. Even though your cat's hunting consists of jumping up on the counter to reach his bowl, he is evolutionarily conditioned to sleep a lot to prepare for hunting....
asked by Fideline (430 points)
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In general, it is perfectly fine to sleep with your cat, but as they can pass on many zoonotic diseases (diseases transmissible from animals to humans) it is a good idea to make sure that he is up to date on his vaccinations and is regularly treated for worms and fleas....
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Very interesting. I ask the community for a detailed answer.......
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For those cats who do get affection by coming over and lying on their humans, they keep doing it because they know what the result will be. If you’re not as fond of your cat lying on you while you sleep, consider creating a special bed for him in your room so he can be near you if he chooses but not directly on you....
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It’s true that cats sleep or place themselves in ways so that they can see what’s approaching, and have escape routes available. So, it’s fair to assume that they are drawn to hanging out in doorways as they have two directions to easily escape in....
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