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Sleepy Kitties: Why Cats Sleep So Much

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If you've ever watched your cat sleep the day away, you might have wondered why cats sleep so much. Contrary to popular belief, our feline friends aren't just lazy; their endless slumber serves a crucial purpose in their daily lives. Cats sleep to conserve energy for hunting and playing and recharge after periods of activity.

Cats are crepuscular animals, meaning they are most active during the twilight hours of dawn and dusk. This sleep pattern allows them to store energy for their bursts of activity, whether stalking a toy mouse or chasing after a pesky insect.

So, the next time you catch your cat catching some Zs, remember they're simply storing energy for their next big adventure.

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