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Do you have a snorer?

post #1 of 23
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Daisy has started snoring! I wake her up at least twice a night, except for last night when I locked her in the bathroom (not on purpose, of course). She has also taken to licking my arm while I'm asleep. And then sometimes biting me. Can't quite figure out why that's started, but there's nothing like being awakened from a sound sleep to someone taking a chunk out of your arm.
post #2 of 23
Yes i do !! My Daisy snores now and then,although she doesn't bite or anything. Some times i dont get any sleep at all, as i have hubby on one side and Daisy snoring in my other ear !!! Daisy sleeps on my side next to me,she snuggles into my arm, she has a quick cat lick ( Wash) and then washes me then stops purring after half an hour. I try to get to sleep quick but just as im dozing off she starts snoring !!!
post #3 of 23
Yes, my Bugsy snores!!! At first I was kind of worried, but now I just find it amusing!
post #4 of 23
I dont have any snorers except the BF and I have no problem waking him up to make him move to his belly to finish sleeping..I do have a cat with a foot fetish. GiGi is notorious for waking up up by attacking our feet or licking them....Im not a morning person as it is so imagine how grumpy I am at 3 AM when she wakes me up..LOL....But shes so darn cute the misery doesnt last long!
post #5 of 23
Rosie snores, loud as well!.

This is no word of a lie, but i could hear her downstairs when i was in bed one night when she was flat out downstairs
post #6 of 23
Ferris is my snorer.
post #7 of 23
I can't tell if the kittens snore at night as BF snores loud enough to cut logs in the forest.
post #8 of 23
Ella snores a little, but I suspect that's part of her general nose problems, including the snork in her purr.

But Dottie would drown her out, in any case. I just got foam earplugs and I've slept with them in my ears for years.
post #9 of 23
My Levi snores. I have always called him "Big Boy" but he is starting to resemble that remark! (I think the vet is not going to be happy with the weight of him & his "little" sister)
post #10 of 23
Milo snores very loudly. He drools at the same time lol
post #11 of 23
My little girl, Gracie, snores - LOUD!

The first time it happened, she woke me up and I was actually scared for a bit, thinking there was someone else in the room.
post #12 of 23
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Originally Posted by mrblanche View Post
Ella snores a little, but I suspect that's part of her general nose problems, including the snork in her purr.

But Dottie would drown her out, in any case. I just got foam earplugs and I've slept with them in my ears for years.
I know what a snork is! It's kind of like when they change gears.
post #13 of 23
Whimsey, my american shorthair, has always snored. However, he wakes himself up and starts meowing as if he is startled. I always go and comfort him and tell him he's OK. Then he goes right back to sleep and starts snoring again!

Best,

Elizabeth
post #14 of 23
No, I have 2!! Both Callie and Hannah snore and I find it very comforting as they're not too loud and I can at least tell they're still breathing!
post #15 of 23
Rocky is a snorer too.
post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by stephanietx View Post
No, I have 2!! Both Callie and Hannah snore and I find it very comforting as they're not too loud and I can at least tell they're still breathing!
Not changing the subject of the thread, but if one of my cats is lying too still, I wake them up. Of course, the cat looks at me annoyed and I say "I'm sorry...I just wanted to make sure you were still breathing." I am a worrier at heart.
post #17 of 23
Sophie has always snored, ever since kittenhood. She keeps me up at night occasionally, but since it's actually very faint it doesn't bother me too much. It sounds like a dog whimpering though, it's so funny!
post #18 of 23
Thread Starter 
I was doing an impression of Daisy snoring for DH because he says he's never heard her. It sounded like a donkey braying. Daisy looked at me and knew I was making fun of her. She looked at me like she thought I was a braying donkey. Or, what's that other word for donkey?
post #19 of 23
No snorer here, but I do have a whistler LOL.

Kizzy has nasal issues, and will sometimes whistle thru his nose as he sleeps
post #20 of 23
My passed Su used to snore. He was a big fat squish of a cat. Buts thats OK, I was told that I snore too.
post #21 of 23
Ku Ku is a snorer. She also talks a lot in her sleep, grinds her teeth...AND, wakes up grumpy or confused because of the dream? she just had. She's just like human-beings(I don't do any of them, BTW)...
post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by KKH View Post
Ku Ku is a snorer. She also talks a lot in her sleep, grinds her teeth...AND, wakes up grumpy or confused because of the dream? she just had. She's just like human-beings(I don't do any of them, BTW)...
Sounds like me (minus the snore)
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by carolinalima View Post
Sounds like me (minus the snore)
I wonder if Ku Ku got it from my ex who originally adopted her...
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