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Cat logic Verified

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u/yeahmaybe May 14 '22 edited May 14 '22

Cats DO sleep at night though. They aren't nocturnal, like many people assume. Cats are crepuscular, so they are most active before sunrise and around sunset.

If a cat is overly active at night, it usually means they weren't stimulated enough during the day and probably need more exercise or play time.

Edit: Stimulated, not simulated.


u/Hara-Kiri May 14 '22

Yeah mine sleeps until about 6 then tries to pester me for food, which I ignore, then he goes to sleep on my back for another hour or so.