Recent Questions Tagged Cat-Sleep-Patterns

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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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You can help prevent damage to your door by either mounting a vertical scratch pad on it, trimming your kitty's nails regularly,? or having your vet fit your cat with plastic nail caps like Soft Claws....
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CatDad Reacts To Cat Poop Outside Bedroom Door!......
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One possible explanation is that cats may be attracted to our body heat. When there’s no crackling fire or heating vent to curl up next to, perhaps our bodies are the next best thing. (And given that most of our body heat escapes from our heads, that may provide a more narcissistic motive for my cat’s nighttime posturing....
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Regardless, you should try to get a good play session in with your cat pretty soon before you go to bed. That should tucker him out enough to get him to go to sleep, or at least take the spring out of his step so he stops meowing at your door all night....
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That's Why Your Cat Sleeps with You...
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Cats will make their feelings known, loudly, if a door is keeping them from their beloved owner (you). Whether it’s a bedroom door, a door to the cat’s room, or any obstacle at all, cats have been known to be quite vocal in letting their owners know they aren’t pleased with the situation....
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They can fall asleep in a cat bed, a couch, or nearly anywhere else. Cats will usually sleep about 15 hours a day on average but sleeping 20 hours isn’t that uncommon. They tend to snooze most of the day and be more active at night....
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It helps them to feel safe and secure regardless of where they live. For domesticated cats, when you find them sleeping at the end of your bed or snuggled at your feet, it's a sign that she not only feels safe with her surroundings but that she's also protecting her owner....
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Sleeping with you may simply be one of the ways your cat shows you affection. If your cat sleeps on you all the time, she is showing you that she likes being with you and enjoys cuddles. She may also be trying to help keep you warm and safe, as sleeping in the wild is potentially dangerous....
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The most common causes of head tremors in your pet are from cerebellar abnormalities, which affect your cat’s brain. However, this condition can also cause the entire body to shake. The cerebellum in your cat is part of their brain, and when there is an incomplete development of this part of the brain, it causes tremors....
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Why Do Cats Sleep With Their Owners. There are a number of reasons why Cats like to snuggle up with their owners rather then sleeping in their own bed. Cats love sleeping in warm places. They do this because their body don’t need to work as hard to keep warm....
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Very interesting. I ask the community for a detailed answer.......
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