Cats seem to sleep 25 hours a day and in between they take cat naps. So it’s no wonder that cats always have plenty of energy whenever they need to get in your way at the most inconvenient time possible.

Yet not all cat sleeping positions are the same. By deciphering the way your cat sleeps, you can often detect its mood. For example, cats that sleep on their stomach with their tail and paws tucked in are ready to spring into action at any moment.

By learning to decipher your cat’s sleeping positions, you can get a better idea how your cat feels. Then when it’s time for you to sleep, you can be certain your cat will have plenty of energy and want to play with you.

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