Lively Cats Play In Bed While Owner Is Sleeping
Youtube is brimming with videos of cute kittens and every video is becoming an almost instant sensation. There are a lot of channels dedicated only to striped purring creatures, memes, gifs, demotivators, avatars with mustaches, tails and cat muzzles that have eclipsed the space of social networks, there are oceans of groups of feline lovers, which in fact are the most popular forms of online networking of pet enthusiasts.
Have you ever wondered what kitties do at night? Wonder no more, because this owner set a night vision camera to capture the whirlpool of adorable antics that can come out of two energetic cats. She recorded the night adventures of her two rascal and made up this hilarious clip. Everything and anything is a plaything for these tiny felines and as they have literally no worries in their lives, playing under the covers. Owning a cat is a fantastic and rewarding experience. And in the end, they become more like our children than mere pets. If you own a cat, you probably let her sleep in your bed. Most of the cats owners are sleeping with their cats in bed.
According to a 2012 Harris poll, about 70 percent of American dogs and cats at least occasionally share their owner's bed. Cats are champion sleepers, they sleep around 15 hours a day, but their sleeping cycles aren't the same as ours. A cat who snoozes the day away might be ready to compete in the Kitty Olympics come 3 a.m., racing around the room or on your bed. Some people might suggest that we should lock our cats out of the bedroom so we can get a good night's sleep. Still, that's not going to happen at many cats owners houses. What's a little lost sleep, compared to spending the night with a cat or two snuggled up in bed with you?
What all cat lovers have been hoping to hear had finally come right from the mouths of those we like to trust most. Scientist have proven that watching cat videos can actually boost your productivity! Keeping them as pets is a great stress reliever; some offices even let cats stay there so that the employees can feel better while at work. People who have not been dragged into the pool of kitty veneration, are dealing with a very logical question: "What aroused such interest in these soft-furred mousers? Why not dogs? Why not birds? Or fish? Why cats? ".
Both the very culprits, doing the campaigns for promoting cats online, and the viewers and loyal cat fans even though they do their best to unravel the mystery of cat interest, they cannot provide a single definite answer, apart from:
"But they are soo cuuuuute - don’t you just want to squeeeeeze theeem?", "Cat is my spirit animal, and I think that half the world agrees with me", "Cats ...hmm ... I just love them!", "Cause they are so funny and adorable." Do you think it's really so simple: do cats attract us with their charming charisma? And that's all?