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Sleep is fundamental to cats since it replenishes feline energy and necessitates the next short burst of high energy-consuming pursuit. As a result, domestic cats sleep between 12 to 18 hours per day and even longer as they mature.

Felines need to nap in quiet, secluded places within the home. For most cats, warmth, elevation, seclusion, and safety are essential features of sleeping cat behaviour.

A cat’s sleeping position, location, and whom they sleep with can tell us how they feel and reveal information about its health and overall welfare.

Let’s explore how cats bond with their owners and what makes them choose their favourite co-sleeping partner. Written for Cats.com


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