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Q. is it any danger to sleep with my indoor cat

A. Not really. Lots of people do this and it creates a kind of bond between animal and owner. I do as well, whenever my pets are not being too rowdy and waking me up to play. Just keep in mind that cats are creatures of habit so if you start sleeping with them now, they will expect this to be your normal ritual always. If you attempt to shun them one day from the bedroom expect to have a very vocal upset and persistent cat on your hands! : )

Answered By
DESTINI R. HOLLOWAY, DVM

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