Cats are sleepy creatures and spend most of their day snoozing, but what does your cat’s sleeping position mean?
How a cat sleeps just might be able to give you insight into how they are feeling and what they are thinking.
A belly-up cat, for instance, is showing that they trust you completely as their belly is a very vulnerable body part. This is a sign of complete contentment and trust.
A cat that sleeps with their eyes only half shut is a clear sign that they are on their guard and don’t feel completely safe. This might be an indication that they need more alone time or a quieter living space.
A cat that sleeps stretched out feels comfortable and trusting of their environment. This position shows that they do not feel like they need to be on guard.
These are just a few insights into the mind of our feline friends, as they have many other forms of body language that we can analyze.
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