Why does your cat sleep on your bed ?


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Pets are affectionate creatures, and sometimes people need their presence in their lives. Some like dogs, others are terribly in love with cats.
Cat owners have different points of view when it comes to letting your cat sleep on your bed. And as far as Fluffy is concerned, you probably don’t have the right to object in this matter, because once you start having a cat in bed, it isn’t a choice to discuss anymore, it’s a fact to deal with!

Once your cat jumps on your bed and starts snuggling to you, you just can’t resist it even if for some reasons you don’t agree to it. But, anyway, your cat definitely has its own reasons to do that.

1# Your cat loves you:

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Love spreads so fast, and karma is always working. If you’ve been giving and doing everything to your cat with love, well that’s what you’ll be getting in return. And when you see your cat sleep on your bed, it just proves your cat like you.

2# Behold, everything light touches is mine! / Ownership

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Once you have a cat, you need to give up your ownership to everything in the house, because just like you, everything light touches is his, including the bed. So you need to understand that it’s not you who lets your cat sleep on the bed anymore, it’s YOUR CAT that allows you in.

3# It’s making me feel good!

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Cats love warmth and softness, and your bed provides just that. Besides, you are on the bed which will give him extra heat, and love. If you see your cat sleep in bed, let him be, he’s just enjoying the comfort!

4# Togetherness


If you see your cat sleep in bed with you, it’s not always to look for a warm and comfortable place to spend the night it, it’s also that he enjoys your company. Being cuddled and feeling all cozy and intimate with you gives him a feeling of belonging to a family, and that he’s not alone. It’s a priceless feeling of security and delight that he always comes to bed looking for.

5# Mental Comfort

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Anxiety and tiredness can make your cat sleep on your bed; sleeping next to you relieves him and eases his stress. This will work for you too actually if you’re having stressful days and anxiety doesn’t leave your sides. In fact, cats can affect your sleep positively, and having your kid kitty sleep next to you will just turn your bad mood upside down and will heal you from all of those negative emotions.


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