How many of you have had similar problems of being woken up at unholy hours by your feline friends?
Sadly most of us probably have been in similar situations…
While Oliver’s happy chirps may still be too much for little Nubia it certainly stopped him from dancing on us with loud pleading meows early in the morning. 😉
Why do cats wake us up so early for “breakfast”? That’s simple their wild cousins make as many as 100 hunting attempts to catch the 8-13 small prey a day they need to survive. Their bodies are simply not designed to take in a super large meal before bedtime and on top of that cats are naturally active at night!
This is why it’s such a great idea to put out the Doc and Phoebe’s Feeder at night to offer Oliver something to hunt and fill his little tummy with. All without the need to wake us up!
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