Cats sleep a lot—why? Exploring Feline Snooze Fest

Cats sleep an average of 12-16 hours per day.

Cats are crepuscular, meaning they are most active during dawn and dusk.

Cats sleep in short bursts throughout the day and night.

Cats sleep to conserve energy and stay alert for hunting.


Cats may sleep more when they are bored or have nothing to do.

Cats may sleep less when they are stressed or anxious.

Cats may sleep in unusual places, such as on top of furniture or in boxes.

Cats may sleep with their eyes open, but this does not mean they are awake.

Cats may dream while they sleep, just like humans.

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