Saturday, December 1


On average, cats sleep about 16 hours a day, which equates to about two-thirds of their life. In fact, cats get more sleep than virtually any other animal, about twice as much as most mammals. Thus, sleeping is simply a normal behavior for cats. Just how much a particular cat will sleep, however, can depend upon many factors, including their age, their degree of hunger, their sense of security, the temperature and the weather.

Think about that. Cats spend two thirds of their life in sleep, in REM sleep, dreaming, tripping, a lot.

No wonder why they were sacred in ancient Egypt!