Recent Questions Tagged Cat-Sleep-Patterns

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Typically, sleeping in sinks is just a bizarre preference for cats, but if they seem to be seeking out the sink to constantly get more water, there might be something going on.......
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Cats like to lay on their back for several reasons. When they are in the sun they like to warm up their bellies. They also do it when they are playing and when they want your attention. Cats can be inviting you (or another cat) to play by lying on their backs....
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Just like people, cats can be affected by weather conditions. For example, some cats may end up sleeping more because they feel tired as a result of the weather being cold. Others may find rainy days really tiring....
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Cats will feel safe sleeping under your bed knowing you are there. They also like the familiar dark, cozy, quiet that sleeping under the bed offers. If you live in a warm climate under the bed would definitely offer some heat relief....
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Another reason why cats love to sleep on your pillow is to show affection. Typically when we sleep, our head tends to be the most exposed part of our bodies. Cats nuzzle in next to our heads to show their love....
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Bill Fish, cofounder of Tuck. com, says, without question, there are positives to allowing your cat into your bed each night, including giving both of you a sense of security, emotionally and physically....
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As you have probably heard, heat escapes your head. A cat cuddles closer to your head to obtain some of the escaped heat. Cats' body temperature tends to be warmer than ours and they need to maintain homeostasis, just as we do....
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The loaf—where your cat sits upright but tucks her front paws under her body—is a social media favorite among the cat sleeping positions. This adorable pose likely means she isn’t planning to sleep for long, but getting in a quick rest before she moves on with her day....
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Cat Sleeping Positions When Sick (and What They Mean! ) Cat Sleeping Positions When Sick (and What They Mean! ) Lethargy is a common symptom of many different feline illnesses. While senior cats will naturally want to rest for longer than a young adult cat, the sleeping position that a cat assumes could be a sign of sickness....
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This is often why cats sleep in bedroom doorways. They know you’ll be coming out in the morning and they can get your attention and remind you it’s feeding time. If you’ve had it with your kitty laying in a doorway and had one too many near misses with a swipe, or tripping over when carrying a cup of tea....
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Here are a few arguments for and against letting your little furball snooze with you at night. Cats love to share a pillow with their pet parents to get a good night’s sleep. If you’re feeling anxious or lonely, having a purring pet by your side may help you fall asleep....
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