We know that cats sleep a lot. But what is weird is the fact that they don’t like sleeping on their perfectly comfortable bed. So, where do they actually sleep? Well, they sleep everywhere. Whether it’s a vase, laundry rack, terrarium, or tree, cats will manage to make it their bed.
If you have or ever had a cat, you might know what we are trying to say here. But if you don’t have a beautiful cat, you can just scroll down to see how it feels like to have a cat.
P.S. These pictures will make you think twice before you buy another cat bed the next time.
#1 Cat Was Tired And Jumped Into My Daughter Doll House And Actually Used The Bed
#2 Mom, He’s In My Bed
#3 My Cat’s Kittens Have Found A New Cozy Bed… In A Cup Holder
To know more about cats, we talked to a postdoctoral fellow in animal behavior, named Mikel Delgado. He said that cats tend to “work hard, sleep hard”. “Cats tend to sleep for short periods throughout the day and night, unlike humans, who tend to sleep in one long (hopefully!) bout.” In total, felines sleep 12 to 16 hours a day, and all that sleep helps them to “conserve energy for when they need it most—to hunt.”
#4 We Got Him A Bed, But Then A Paper Towel Fell On The Floor, So Nevermind
#5 Get Him A Bed They Said
#6 My Cat Has 3 Beds
Mikel also said that “providing your cat with a window perch, food puzzles, enrichment like cat grass, and safe solo play toys can help keep them more active when you are gone”. “They are also more flexible so they can fit into spaces that do not look comfortable to us.”
#7 I Planted Oat Grass For The Cat To Snack On, She Decided It Makes A Good Bed
#8 I Think Someone’s Got The Wrong Bed
#9 I Think I Wasted Money On The Cat Tree
“Provide cats with a sense of safety, or the ability to see what is going on in their environment.”