What is your cat’s urgent need to wake you up early?


Have you ever wondered, “What is your cat’s urgent need to wake you up early?” They’re like little alarm clocks, right? It probably has happened a thousand times, but you’ve never questioned your cat’s strange habits. So, let’s unravel the mystery of why cats are up in the morning and how to end this behavior.

Most people think that cats are nocturnal creatures and hunt during the night. However, the truth is that cats are crepuscular. That means that they’re most active before sunrise and sunset. So, it’s quite normal for your cat to be awake so early in the morning. But why do they have to wake you up at 3 am every morning? Why can’t your cat sleep during the night when they sleep so much all the time? Let’s see the most common reasons why your cats won’t let you get your beauty sleep in the morning.


Cats are creatures of habit. If they’re used to getting their breakfast early in the morning, they won’t understand why you’re not getting out of bed on Saturdays and Sundays.

After all, cats don’t care about trivial things, such as work or you getting enough rest. They’re hungry, and they want their food immediately. Moreover, sometimes your cat might cry during the night if you tend to feed them early in the evening.

Whenever cats are “starving,” they’re quite resourceful. It doesn’t matter if they don’t have access to your bedroom. They’ll scratch at the door and meow like crazy until you get up and fill that bowl with cat food. If they can enter the bedroom, you might expect a paw in the face or a toe attack. Not a good way to wake up, right?

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