What do cats do at night?

Alik Mullahmetov
Alik Mullahmetov
March 25, 2013
What do cats do at night?

Today, many people keep animals at home, and most often they are cats. Everyone who has a cat (or was once) knows perfectly well how sometimes contradictory these animals can be. The main feature of any cat is the love of long sleep. That's just the problem is that your furry pet prefers to sleep during the day. But when you want to sleep, he instantly becomes a real predator who wants to hunt invisible mice. Naturally, you prefer to sleep at night, rather than listening to the sounds that the cat makes during your runs and braking on linoleum. So what to do if the cat does not sleep at night and thereby prevents you from resting? And what do cats do at night?

Home hunter

Everyone knows the fact that a cat is a domesticated predator, so there is nothing strange in the fact that sometimes a hunter wakes up in your furry pet. I must say that it is at night that cats are activated, and it does not matter if they are small or large.Although the activity of the animal is directly dependent on the age of your pet: the young move much more frequently and more actively, but those who are older prefer to sleep more. The breed of your cat or cat also means a lot. For example, Persian cats prefer to lie on the couch, and you can rarely see them running around the apartment. But if the Abyssinian cat does not sleep at night, then there is nothing strange in this, because the individuals of this breed are delighted with outdoor games and any entertainment.

If you want to rest at night, and not stay awake with your pet, then you need to take a few simple steps. First of all, you need to know what cats do at night. You received the answer to this question at the beginning of the article: they hunt. Therefore, so that the cat does not rush at night, wean it must be based on the fact that he is a hunter.

If the cat does not sleep at night, start by trying to play active games before going to bed. If the cat is active enough during the game and spills out all the extra energy, you can not worry about your night sleep. In order to entertain your pet, you can use strings, clockwork mice or balls.In such a simple way, you can easily “squeeze out” excess energy from your home predator. I must say that, as a dead person, not only the cat will sleep, but you will also sleep with it, because who will play and run with the cat?

Extreme measures

If after all mobile and active games your cat has not lost its vigor and does not want to go to bed, you should consider using any sedatives that are specifically designed for active cats and cats. If you decide to go for this extreme measure, then you should contact your veterinarian, and not choose the drug yourself.