Why do cats sleep at the foot of the bed?
May 05, 2020
Author: Shelly Weaver-Cather
Every cat parent knows that there is a true hierarchy in the house and cats sit at the top, probably judging you. But when they have thoroughly worn themselves out from their observation of their human roommates, it’s time to curl up and pass out.
Cats average about 15 hours of sleep per day, and most of it seems to take place in the least convenient spots possible—for you. For your cat, there’s always a method behind the madness. It may not seem like the most comfortable spot once you’ve all snuggled in for the night, but for some reason, cats really do love sleeping huddled around your feet at the end of the bed. Why?
Here are 5 reasons why your cat sleeps at the foot of the bed.
1. They like to keep tabs on the room.
And if you really want to treat your feline friend, make sure you’re both sleeping on a Tuft & Needle.