A cat sleeping in a tight ball may be trying to console themselves due to nausea, pain, or feeling cold.
Lying on their side with legs extended indicates a relaxed, comfortable cat. This is a common healthy sleep position.
Sleeping on their belly with legs extended behind means a cat feels safe and content in their environment.
A cat exposing their belly while sleeping demonstrates full trust and comfort with their surroundings.
Cats who hide to sleep may be stressed, anxious, or ill. This can signal distress.
Frequent position shifting, particularly after relocation, may indicate stress or discomfort.
Cats who sleep clinging to owners may be seeking security due to illness or environmental changes.