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    We have a cat that snores. She gets comfy on the settee, drops off and starts snoring - not loudly, but definitely snoring. Is it something that is unusual, or do some of you out there have a snoring cat?
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    Default Re: Is this unusual?

    Got a Snoring dog -- When she gets going and she sleeps next to our bed.

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    Cats, dogs and in fact all animals snore.

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    3 cats, none allowed in the bedroom at night so who knows

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    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    Got a Snoring dog -- When she gets going and she sleeps next to our bed.
    How do you sleep, then, with a snorer alongside your bed?
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    Foam ear plugs when the Mrs and the dog get going, if they were in sync it wouldn't be so bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    Foam ear plugs when the Mrs and the dog get going, if they were in sync it wouldn't be so bad
    My sympathies WT. SWMBO and my avatar (nearly 14 now) snore like crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    Foam ear plugs when the Mrs and the dog get going, if they were in sync it wouldn't be so bad
    You could kick the dog out but you would be chancing it trying to kick the missus out, so ear plugs do seem to be the answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe View Post
    You could kick the dog out but you would be chancing it trying to kick the missus out, so ear plugs do seem to be the answer.
    All fair in love and war I snore as well - so I'm told.

    Its when the dog start dreaming out loud, growling and barking and sometimes running in her sleep,thats whats annoying.

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    I refuse to allow pets in the bedroom at night much to SWMBO's annoyance. If I had my way pets wouldn't even be in the house at all. Houses for people not animals although with some its hard to tell them apart.

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