Just like dogs, cats sleep in some crazy positions.
But did you know a cat’s preferred sleeping position can provide insight into how they are feeling?
Even though cats can literally sleep anywhere, it is not about where they sleep but the way they position their bodies.
On average cats will sleep 15-20 hours in a day, which means we can learn a lot by watching them sleep.
Discover more about the seven common cat sleeping positions below.
Cats who choose to sleep on their backs with their bellies up are confident and feel secure in their environment. The vulnerable position exposes the feline’s vital organs and is harder to jump up from, so cats who sleep this way have complete trust in their owners.
Friendly indoor cats are often seen napping this way. It is almost as if they are begging for a belly rub. … Read the rest