Combien de temps dort un chat

How long does a cat sleep

Cats sleep between 13 and 16 hours a day , 2/3 of their life devoted to napping. Let's go a little further in the benefits brought to this behavior essential to the well-being of our cat.


How Much Sleep Does a Cat Really Need?

There are no reliable figures, but it is estimated that cats sleep between 13 and 16 hours a day , although some sleep up to 20 hours throughout the day. It all depends on the daily activity that your cat will have.

Outdoor cats hunt or seek out different food sources on a daily basis and therefore use more energy. Their sleep cycle serves to replenish this energy . It is estimated that felines tend to sleep between 13 and 16 hours a day.

Conversely, an indoor cat with little contact with the outside tends to be less active. His prolonged sleep phases will be more related to boredom than to fatigue.

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Why and when do cats sleep?

Cats mainly rest during the day, and become more active at dusk and dawn. Those who equip themselves with a cat flap and a GPS are always very surprised to discover the intense nightlife of their cat.

Our is a real predator . Catching prey requires short but very intense and energy-consuming physical efforts. Sleep is therefore necessary to replenish energy.
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Why is my cat very active at night?

" My cat rests all day and when night comes becomes hyperactive jumping around, knocking over vases, and coming to wake you up very early in the morning, etc."
This is normal because your cat is a nocturnal predator. In other words, its internal clock is set to make your pet active at night. And he rested all day to be in great shape at night.
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How long does a cat sleep

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