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In a new relationship it is important to be sensitive and thoughtful of your partner’s sleep habits.

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  1. This is interesting:

    “According to a 2006 study by the National Research Council, the thermoneutral zone for a domestic cat is 86 to 97 degrees Fahrenheit. Thatโ€™s the range of temperatures in which cats are โ€œcomfortableโ€ and donโ€™t have to generate extra heat to keep warm or expend metabolic energy on cooling. That range also happens to be 20 degrees higher than ours, which explains why itโ€™s not unusual to see your neighborโ€™s cat sprawled out on the hot asphalt in the middle of a summer day, soaking in the sunlight.

    It also explains why many cats may enjoy curling up in tiny cardboard boxes and other strange places. Corrugated cardboard is a great insulator and confined spaces force the cat to ball up or form some other impossible object, which in turn helps it to preserve body heat.”

    So, unless you have your home’s thermostat set to 97, chances are good you’re gonna find your cat curled up.

      1. Hey, men are not in the majority homosexual – I think it rather explains why they have either a cat or a woman – they cannot handle both at the same time.

      2. Homosexuality was not on my mind, that was all you.

        I was implying that dogs are simple behavoirally and act more like eager emotional service animals. Cats, on the other hand, demand equality. Just like women.

      3. Nope. My grandfather was from a small village, now East-Poland, then East-Prussia. My grandmother (my mother’s stepmother, grandfather’s second wife) was from West-Prussia, which was under Polish administration before WW II. My other two grandparents were from Western places.

      4. 17 ancestors alive at one time? Who were killed in that night?
        An ancestor or forebear is a parent or “any person from whom one is descended”. (Source: Wikipedia)
        Now you got me confused. You mean it in the wider sense of family members of a generation before yours, don’t you?

      5. It is just, that for me English is a foreign language – and I do not always grasp all the meanings of the words. So I have to ask sometimes what is really meant, sorry, did not mean to be pedantic.

      6. No need to apologize for the lack of a language that rather sounds like a throat disease combined with a woodchipper. If I had not grown up learning it, I doubt I would have bothered.

      7. Oh, and of course there is this blog’s owner – some men are strong enough. 18 cats and two women – either he is strong – or he would be a masochist living a dream.

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