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By Allie cat - / Friday 2 December 2016 13:43 /
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By  Dat_Class_Tho  |  26

4am is about the time when your eyelids and other face muscles might twitch from dreaming. Your cat was probably drawn by the movement. Maybe it wanted to check on its favorite human's wellbeing. Or maybe the fur ball was about to viciously attack your twitching nose. With cats, it's a coin toss.

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  ccat209  |  17

He was checking to see if op was alive, can't say for eating purposes. But my cat would do the same thing only when he felt me breathing he would sit on my face or my other cat start eating my hair. Cats are weird.

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  Garagedwella  |  26

Mine just starts my beard for me (apparently my excellent grooming standards aren't high enough for my cat) whenever he decides its breakfast time until I give in and feed him. He will also loudly open and close cupboards, and literally climb my bedroom door if I refuse to move.

By  Dat_Class_Tho  |  26

4am is about the time when your eyelids and other face muscles might twitch from dreaming. Your cat was probably drawn by the movement. Maybe it wanted to check on its favorite human's wellbeing. Or maybe the fur ball was about to viciously attack your twitching nose. With cats, it's a coin toss.

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  ccat209  |  17

He was probably checking to see if op was alive. It was easier for my cats cause I sleep with my mouth open but he was making sure that op had air movement out their nose??

By  the_bammit  |  5

Optimal nose bopping is from 2-5 am. Including but not limited to: Nose to nose Paws to nose/face Tail to face "fuzzy swish swish" General cuddle time Welcome to the cat life and this might just be the first time you woke up. It happens alot

By  IrishRover82  |  0

My cats have been thrown more than once, and have since learned not to touch my face when I'm asleep. Hilariously, the older one has started tapping on my shoulder to wake me up.

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