Just like their lion cousins, a cat spends 60% sleeping a day equivalent to 16. Instinctively, they are conserving energy so they can concentrate on hunting. They tend to sleep during the day and keep awake during the night. However, you can influence your cat’s sleeping times.
Unlike dogs, cats can spend a lot of hours sleeping very lightly. If you try to wake a sleeping cat, he can turn instantly from being deep asleep to fully awake in a matter of seconds. You can often see the cat sit with its eyes half closed or even wide open. Continue reading