Recent Questions Tagged How-Long-Do-Cats-Sleep

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Cats who are sleeping with their face down, this is normal cat behavior. Some cats are just most comfortable like this. When it comes to head pressing, you will see your cat doing this against walls while sitting, and while awake....
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Sometimes cats find themselves in the face down position as a way of avoiding light or other distractions that dare to disturb their much needed extra hours of sleep. Don’t forget, cats like to sleep for 16+ hours around the clock, not just when it’s dark....
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Very interesting. I ask the community for a detailed answer.......
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Yes, like with humans, if an individual sleeps way more than normal, it may be cause for alarm. Does your cat usually sleep around 16 hours a day and yet has magically started sleeping 20 or so hours instead?...
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Cats enjoy sleeping in sinks, it’s really just a simple as that. Why? Because it’s comfortable, the number one reason why cats choose where to sleep. The other reasons behind why cats choose a certain place to sleep include feeling secure, having good visibility over anything approaching, and being high up....
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If you have a cat, the most likely answer to the question ‘What’s she doing right now? is ‘taking a nap’. Feline experts aren’t certain why cats nod off so much. A full-grown feline can sleep for anywhere between 13 and 16 hours a day....
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Cats feel less vulnerable in the space under the bed. Cats love to hide in dark, hard-to-reach places where they feel safe and secure. Whether she is under stress or simply looking for a spot to nap, you may find your cat hiding under your bed, which fits the bill as a desirable spot to hang out....
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Cats have highly developed self-preservation instincts. If they burrow themselves under blankets, they have enough air. If air gets short, or if for any reason they’re no longer absolutely comfortable, they’ll leave....
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In addition to boredom, other reasons your cat might be sleeping too much include diabetes, arthritis, issues with diet and a potential lack of vitamins, obesity, and feline depression. Symptoms that your cat is unwell usually don’t occur in isolation, so check for other subtle signs that your cat may be unwell....
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Cats that are not domestic and must hunt for food sleepless hours to be able to spend the time of the day looking for food. Cats need to sleep a lot by nature, and although they are domestic and do not have so much energy waste, they retain these characteristics of their wildest origin....
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During the cat nap phase, “Even though it may appear that cats are in a deep sleep, they are still very alert to their surroundings,” Ziskin explains. “They can spring into action if they hear or smell something of interest....
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There’s no precise answer to the question “how many hours do cats sleep. ” On average, cats sleep about 12 to 15 hours every day, but the exact amount depends on other factors. PetMD claims that...
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"One of the reasons cats choose to lay under the Christmas tree could be that they are attracted to the decor and simply like playing with it," said Casali. Andrew Lee, DVM, agrees.......
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Another version says our cats sleep at the feet because we don't give the possibility to sleep near us. The third version says that a person receives energy from space and gets it from upperparts. Cats take the negatibe energy....
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While there are plenty of logical reasons behind cats changing up their sleeping areas, a cat sleeping in strange places can also indicate that the cat is sick. If your cat suddenly sleeps in odd locations without any apparent reason behind the change, it may be time to head to the vet....
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