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Snoring cats

post #1 of 14
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Is snoring on irregular basis normal? I've heard my cats on and off specially when they're really, really deep asleep.
If it's bad, should I wake them up? or shake them so they stop?
post #2 of 14
I've heard mine snore on occasion - I just elbow them and tell them to roll over.

Seriously though, they don't do it often.
post #3 of 14
Sunni snored a lot. We used to laugh about it. The vet said it was nothing, but we sure used to crack up when she'd start sawing away in the middle of the night!
post #4 of 14
Red Cat snores all the time. He is obese. I wonder if it is more common for overweight cats to snore. Purdy snores a little sometimes, but Red Cat does regularly and loudly. At times he almost keeps me from getting to sleep.
post #5 of 14
Trent snores sometimes, usually when he is sleeping on his back. It's so cute! He's not overweight, he's just the right weight for his frame.
post #6 of 14
my persians snore..

its quite the chorus somenights..the persians..the hound..and the man lol
post #7 of 14
I think cats are like people in this way. Some snore, some snore softly, some snore loudly, some snore not at all.

I love it when my kitty snores softtly! It's like "all is right" with my world!!
post #8 of 14
It scares me when Persil snores lightly - I remember her kitten breathing problems and panic. But I tell myself not to be silly.
post #9 of 14
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Originally Posted by JeanW
I think cats are like people in this way. Some snore, some snore softly, some snore loudly, some snore not at all.

I love it when my kitty snores softtly! It's like "all is right" with my world!!

I agree, to me there is something very comforting about a cat snoring softly. peaceful and relaxing would be the best way for me to describe it. Nothing is going to go wrong with the cat is in that deep of a sleep. Makes me smile every time.
post #10 of 14
Prego snores sometimes, too. Sometimes when he does it, I don't even think he's all the way asleep, just very relaxed. I think it's cute
post #11 of 14
I've never heard a cat snore before, but I suppose it's quite an experience!

I know this forum is about cats, but in my last horse situation, I walked down the aisle and heard the horse in one of the stalls making a strange noise. He was down, and I immediately stepped inside the stall, thinking something was wrong. He simply looked at me as if to say, "Why did you disturb my nap?" I'd never heard a horse snore before, either!
post #12 of 14
PJ snores because she has something funky with her nose - it's got a bump in it that we think might be from some abuse, she's very sensitive about people coming near her face. The vet says she's fine (she's more than fine, she's great!), but she definitely snores.
post #13 of 14
Jupiter snores so loudly he's woken me up on occassion!
post #14 of 14
i muted the tv once because i was hearing a faint noise, and it was my bayleeboo snoring away
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