Snoring is less common in cats than in dogs and humans, therefore this may indicate a deeper problem. Snoring can be normal depending on your cat's breed, sleeping position, or the stage of the sleep cycle that they are in. However, certain types of snoring are less normal in cats, and may indicate the need for a vet visit. Read the article for a list of reasons why cats snore, and the symptoms to look out for.
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