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Why My Cat Meows At Night, Disturbing My Peaceful Sleep
I know this question runs through other cat owners' minds. Sometimes it's disturbing to find your pet, meowing all night but other times it's consoling, especially after having a nightmare or having trouble sleeping at night.
Cats are creatures with a different sleeping pattern from humans, that's why most times you find your cat, becoming less active during the day and very active at night. It's so frustrating that at times, when I want to play with my cat, she will just lie in her basket and refuse to play but at night, she is all over the room chasing insects, making sounds and jumping on me. I know you are curious to know why, it's because of them having a different feline circadian rhythm.
Reasons For Their Late Night Disturbance
While some owners find this consoling enough, others find it annoying. First few months spent with my cat were eventful, I was just always disturbed by her constant meowing at night. I had to search for a group on Facebook for cat lovers and joined, it was a bit of a relief to know I wasn't the only one, encountering such. While others complained about this habit, some praise their cats for always keeping them alert, and being there after a terrible nightmare or lonely night. Here are top reasons for their actions;
Most of us leave the house so early to work and return late, we barely have time for our feline friend. This constant treatment takes a toll on them and they begin to protest through their meows. Rather than push them off, try to delegate more time for them, giving them all the necessary attention. Getting them new toys, replenishing their food supply and also making out time for a stroll or cuddling your cat before bedtime, could help reduce their level of disturbance. What I do with my cat, I do initiate tiring play with them. This is to keep them busy, so when it's time for me to go to bed, she will already be tired. This helps the cat have a sound and long sleep.
Since they are not able to express their feelings like humans, just like little babies, all they can do is to meow. Paying attention to such wake up calls, could save your cat from impeding danger. If that's the case, regular visit to the Pet doctor, will really save you the stress of being disturbed at night.
Just like little ones, the way we train our cats, is they way they will grow to behave. If you were fund of returning from work to play with your cat, such behavior could become accustom to her and she will always want you to do it every night. I think initiating good practices from the time of getting our cat, is recommended. As bad practice might turn to be of harm to us in the future.
Being a feline lover, I will always admonish every other people like me out there to care for their cats. They are so adorable and lovely that if not for the right rules at work, I would have sneaked mine to work. Hahaha. I still remember Moana's incessant cries in the past at night, I had to readjust my schedules, spent quality time with her and she has also adjusted, knowing fully well, the night is for us to rest. Do take care of your cat. Cheers..