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Dobopdidoo1 Tue 07-Nov-17 04:13:00

Is there anyway to stop then snoring?
Are there nose strips for cats?

Little one is keeping me up. Not just little cute puffs like when she was a kitten but full on tractor engine.

And yet I can’t bear to turf her out of her my bed.

Gingernaut Tue 07-Nov-17 04:31:13

Has she been assessed by a vet?

There may be some obstruction.

Dobopdidoo1 Tue 07-Nov-17 04:38:38

Hi, thanks for your reply. No, nothing about physically wrong with her as far as the vet has found. She’s just a very loud cat. Eats loudly too, squeaky “yum yum yum” noises. Yells at any opportunity and has the loudest purr I’ve ever known.

Maybe I need to bite the bullet and stand firm with sleeping arrangements. I can feel fisticuffs at dawn coming on...

Toddlerteaplease Tue 07-Nov-17 09:18:13

One of mine does this. It really can be full on man snoring. She’s a Persian and has a tiny nose. She’s had it widened which did help. For me the worst thing is when she’s snoring like a train then suddenly stops!

TimeIhadaNameChange Tue 07-Nov-17 09:30:40

I think you should go and sleep in your proper place, on the sofa (if you're allowed, else the floor)!

I've never had a cat snore that loudly. One of my guineas was a noisy chappy - had a sort of wheeze when awake and snored when asleep. The vet checked him over and there was nothing wrong with him, I think he was worried I'd forget about him if he wasn't continuously making me aware of his presence!

You could always try ear plugs.

YetAnotherSpartacus Tue 07-Nov-17 10:09:55

No female of any species snores. This is a male thing. Are you sure you are not a troll?

Dobopdidoo1 Tue 07-Nov-17 13:58:22

Haha. I’ve just asked her about the female of the species thing and she’s given me a haughty look that says “how very dare you. One does not snore. One hums mellifluously in dreams”.
That’s me told! grin

YetAnotherSpartacus Tue 07-Nov-17 14:01:15

I am so stealing that quote. Smart cat. Give her some fresh tuna / Dreemies / treat of choice from me. And buy earplugs for yourself.

Dobopdidoo1 Wed 08-Nov-17 00:30:01

Sparticus, tonight she was offered roast chicken. Which her highness turned her royal snoring nose up at.

In favour of...

A plastic bag confused

Ollivander84 Wed 08-Nov-17 00:50:20

Ollie doesn't snore but he's like a bloody steam train when he purrs hmm

ocelot41 Sun 12-Nov-17 07:23:14

You have a few options here. 1. Earplugs 2. Get used to it. 3.Alternative sleeping arrangements. My DCat couldn't get over the need to wake us as soon as she was awake (4/5am) so with some regret we went for option 3. Wish we had done it sooner. Everyone gets their sleep and we are all happier.

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