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Cat Sleep - Understanding Your Sleepy Cat - About.com
Read this cat sleep article for understanding your sleepy cat. Learn about sleep cycles of cats, how cats sleep, do cats dream, and why they sleep so much in ...
http://cats.about.com/od/amyshojai/a/understanding-your-sleepy-cat.htm
14 Ways Cats Show Their Love to Owners - About.com
Cats Love with Sleeping. As sleep champs, felines typically sleep up to 16 hours a day. Because they are most vulnerable during sleep, the place your cat ...
http://cats.about.com/od/amyshojai/tp/how-cats-show-love.htm
Top Ways to Avoid Cat-Related Sleep Deprivation - Cats - About.com
Can't sleep with a cat in the bedroom? Here are ways to get a good night's sleep and still stay friends with your cat.
http://cats.about.com/od/youandyourcat/tp/sleepdeprived.htm
How I solved cat-related sleep deprivation ... - Cats - About.com
Have you lain awake at night because a cat is scratching at the door, running across your bed (and you), pawing at your face, or meowing to be fed? I've shared ...
http://cats.about.com/u/ua/youandyourcat/solvingcat-relatedsleepdeprivation.htm
Is My Cat Happy? - How to Know Kitty is Happy - Cats - About.com
Sleep: Cats may sleep more when depressed, but their sleep location preferences can be an indication of happiness. Sleeping with other cats, and especially ...
http://cats.about.com/od/amyshojai/a/How-to-Know-Your-Kitty-is-Happy.htm
Poll: Where Does Your Cat Sleep? - About.com
Mar 5, 2014 ... A good set of earplugs can often help your sleep if you have noisy, restless cats.
http://cats.about.com/b/2014/03/05/poll-where-does-your-cat-sleep.htm
How to Know if Your Cat Is Sad: Signs to Look For - Cats - About.com
Sleep: Cats normally sleep a great deal, but sad or depressed cats sleep even more. Changes in the location of favorite nap spots also can point to sadness.
http://cats.about.com/od/amyshojai/a/How-to-Know-Kitty-is-Sad.htm
Cat Talk: Understanding Cat Body Language - Cats - About.com
Refer to this cat body language article to understand how cats talk using body ... by rolling and presenting their tummies, and may sleep, cuddle or play together.
http://cats.about.com/od/amyshojai/a/cat-body-language.htm
Cats FAQ - Sleep deprived - cats scratching walls to wake me
I can't sleep because my cats scratch the bed and walls to wake me. I don't want to declaw them, but I've been sleep deprived for over a year. FAQ about cats.
http://cats.about.com/cs/behavioralissues/f/sleepdeprived.htm
Top 10 Things Cats Like: Activities Cats Enjoy the Most - About.com
We know, for example, that most cats spend 16 to 18 hours a day sleeping, however sleeping is not necessarily a cat's favorite activity. It's difficult to arrange  ...
http://cats.about.com/od/catcare/tp/Top-10-Things-Cats-Like.htm
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