Why do cats snore?

Answer

Cats usually snore when they feel comfortable and relaxed, but occasionally there could be a medical problem such as allergies or hairballs. A cat should be checked out by a veterinarian to rule out any physical ailments.

Just like humans, cats can snore from time-to-time. When a cat regularly snores loudly it shows that they are in a deep sleep and feel safe in their immediate environment. Occasionally cats can be affected by a medical problem, and if this is the case then this needs to be diagnosed. There is no cure for snoring cats, unless there is a respiratory issue, in which case a veterinarian can treat it.

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People snore when the soft parts of their upper airway relaxes. This allows for these parts to vibrate when air rushes past while breathing. The vibrations create the snoring sound.
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A blockage in the respiratory system results in the irregular passage of air while breathing during sleep. The vibration that occurs when air is obstructed in the respiratory system
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Same reason some people snore, they have an airway problem.
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