LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 15: 'Larry', the new Downing Street cat, takes a nap at Number 10 Downing Street on February 15, 2011 in London, England. It is hoped that British Prime Minister David Cameron's newest team member Larry, will dispense of a rat that has been spotted scuttling past the famous door of Number 10 Downing Street in recent weeks. (Photo by Mark Large - WPA Pool / Getty Images)

Cats are known for doing a few things those being eating, playing, and of course sleeping. Cats sleep on average twelve to sixteen hours a day and they don’t waste a single second of it by quickly moving into their favorite sleeping position. Though like everything with your fuzzy friend everything they do has a meaning so while your cat may look uncomfortable it may be on cloud nine.

From Insider they spoke with Russell Hartstein, a certified pet behaviorist who analyzed some of the most common cat sleeping positions and crossed referenced what we know about feline behavior. For example one of the most common cat positions is called the Crescent which has the cat resting with its head and tail tucked in. Experts say they could be doing this for two reasons. One is to conserve body heat and two is to protect their stomach from predators. You also have the opposite when your cat has its belly exposed it may be trying to cool off and it shows it trusts the environment it’s currently in.

This behavior goes so far that your cat may even be telling you if they want to be left alone or are sick based off of how they sleep. The purrfect example of this is a position called the faceplant, where your cat will be hiding their face in a blanket or object. Of course, it could just mean your cat wants to stay warm or is going off of instinct to hide its face from danger. But it could also mean they want to be left alone. This ties into their health as well as a position called the “headpress” may be a signal for you to get your cat checked out as experts say when your cat is sleeping with their head firmly pressed against solid furniture or a wall this is most commonly a sign of a health concern.

Overall your cat has so many ways of communicating with you, and sometimes you may not even realize it, so make sure to take care of your feline companions this holiday season.

Here Are The Best Christmas Tree Farms In New Jersey

It’s hard to believe we’ve made it through Thanksgiving and now it’s time for jingle bells and gift wrapping. If you’re ready to look for that perfect centerpiece to go with your holiday decor, also known as the Christmas tree, you’ve come to the right place.

There are an array of options across the state for when it comes time to pick your Christmas tree this year. Christmas tree farms are open throughout New Jersey with options of picking and cutting your own tree or even having it delivered right to your front door.

The list below of Christmas tree farms from North to South Jersey and everywhere in between feature locations that are festive, family-friendly, offer a wide selection of trees, and even provide some additional holiday fun all season long.

Let us know where you select your Christmas tree from this year.