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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

 

Do cats snore?

Among the catted, watching cats and listening to cats are favored activities. From personal observation of my esteemed colleague, Aloysius Katz, I believe that the answer is yes--cats do snore. This morning as he slept at the foot of my bed, Aloysius emitted a soft but distinct trill. It was not a purr. It was definitely a snore.


Apparently others have noticed cats snoring. Unfortunately, that article, apparently by a veterinarian, has been sent to the litter box. The vet opined that cats might have respiratory issues that caused snoring. I think they just have issues. Some of them sound like snores.

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It was definitely a purr!

By Anonymous aloysius katz, at 12:00 PM  

You were sleeping.

By Blogger amanuensis, at 4:50 PM  

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