Back-sleeping cat? The humorous position is ideal for cat owners.
Cats lie on their backs because... This habit has multiple causes. First, your cat may be comfy.
After a while on their side, your pet may stretch out and flip over.
They may find sleeping on their back comfortable and discover that it exposes their stomach to window light.
If your cat knows you pat them when they're on their back, they may do so to seek your attention.
Some cats will sit next to you on the couch and roll over to be petted. This is the perfect time for your cat to grip or nip your hand.
You must read your cat's body language and preferences to determine if they want their tummy rubbed or merely to know you're watching.
For more Webstories