Why Is Your Cat Always Sleeping (Except When You Want To?)

help adjust your cat’s biorhythms.

While we sleep about 7 to 9 hours a night, a cat sleeps roughly 12 to 16 hours out of every 24. Why is it, then, that they often seem to be underfoot and jonesing for action just when we want things calm? You’d think that with all that time snoozing, the chances would be […]
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