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The Secrets Behind Your Cat’s Crazy Time

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Find out why domestic cats do some of the silly things they do, like cat’s crazy time, and how we can help our pet cats lead happy and healthy lives.

By the Simon’s Cat Team
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Simon’s Cat Logic is a fun and informative new series featuring Simon’s Cat cartoons and a cat behavior expert at Cats Protection. In this video, find out why domestic cats do some of the silly things they do and how we can help our pet cats lead happy and healthy lives.

Cat’s Crazy Time: Cat Facts and Cat Naps

Outdoor cats are active both day and night, but they tend to be a little more active at night. Cats conserve energy by sleeping more than most animals, especially as they grow older. Most cats sleep between 12 and 16 hours a day, while some cats can sleep as much as 20 hours. While asleep, cats experience short periods of rapid eye movement sleep, often accompanied by muscle twitches, suggesting that they might be dreaming.

Cats Are Calmed by Cat-Specific Music

If you had to paint a picture of a cat’s worst nightmare, it might include dogs, water, or a trip to the vet. In fact, if you were to ask a cat owner about their worst nightmare, it might be trying to get their furry friend to the vet.

Good news for all cat owners: a study shows that music specifically designed for cats may calm them in stressful situations. Ronald Koh and colleagues at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine studied how cats’ physiological and behavioral responses changed while listening to different types of music during veterinary checkups.

Learn More about your Cat with Simon’s Cat Logic!

Simon’s Cat Logic Credits

Directed by: Chris Gavin
Producer: Emma Burch
Cat Expert: Nicky Trevorrow
Animation and Graphics: Simon Tofield
Junior Designer: Liza Nechaeva
Production Manager: Rebecca Warner-Perry
Associate Producer: Edwin Eckford
Music: Russell Pay
Translations: http://www.Tomedes.com

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