It’s no surprise that cats are prone to respiratory diseases, but a new study from The New England Journal of Medicine reveals that some of them can even die from a lack of sleep.
The study was published online April 13 in the journal.
The findings, based on data from more than 1,000 cats, were drawn from a large, ongoing, observational study.
The cats had been housed in small, secure, air-conditioned rooms for more than a year, and were monitored at regular intervals throughout that time.
Their sleep was recorded on an automated cat sleeping position tracker.
The animals were monitored on a daily basis to assess the effects of the cat’s sleep on health.
All the cats had regular blood counts, and a skin-stick test was performed to measure how much heat they absorbed through their fur.
The results revealed that about one-third of the cats died from a respiratory condition associated with the lack of regular sleep.
The study found that about 5 percent of the animals that were healthy and alive when they died had a respiratory disease associated with their lack of frequent sleep.
For the remaining 7 percent of cats, that number was much higher.
That means that more than 5 percent have respiratory diseases that are associated with a lack, or a chronic deficiency, of sleep and that at least one-quarter of the total population had such a condition.
That could mean that cat owners are at greater risk of death from respiratory disease, especially if they do not have the proper sleep hygiene and nutrition.
Researchers say that cat sleep hygiene is critical, but that some cats may not be aware of their health problems.
They say that the number of cats that are in such poor health is “a very significant problem.”
“There are still many cats in the world that have not had enough sleep,” said Dr. Jennifer Rehman, a professor of medicine at Columbia University and the study’s lead author.
“It’s a huge public health concern, and it has a profound impact on cats’ well-being.”
What does cat sleep look like?
Cats sleep differently than people.
Some cat owners may prefer to keep their cats outside during the day.
Other owners may keep their pets indoors to keep them from getting sick.
The researchers also looked at the sleep patterns of more than 700 cats that were kept in stable housing.
In those conditions, cats typically slept in a relaxed, relaxed manner.
However, in these settings, cats also spent most of their waking hours in a deep, deep sleep, in which they could breathe for long periods of time and often fell asleep at the same time every day.
The cat had to have an environment that was conducive to their sleep, Rehmann said.
“In some environments, the cats sleep very little,” she said.
Cat owners can get a variety of sleep-related problems, including insomnia, obesity, depression, allergies, and obesity.
But cats that lack regular sleep also have an increased risk of a number of other health problems, such as cancer, heart disease, and stroke.
Rehmans research also found that cats that do not get enough sleep also often experience behavioral problems, like chasing and chasing other cats.
Other researchers are looking into the role that cats play in maintaining the immune system and in maintaining body weight.
The Harvard School of Public Health recently published a study that found that, for the first time, cats can influence their body weight in ways that are similar to those that humans do.
“What we know about the immune response is that it works by changing the way your body reacts to infections,” said co-author James M. Tuck, a Harvard Medical School professor of biology.
“But what we don’t know about this is what’s going on in the body, and the immune responses to diseases are very different in humans from what they are in cats.”
Tuck said that cats can also have a role in determining the health of the entire population.
That’s important because cats can play a key role in protecting us from diseases, including infectious diseases like tuberculosis, cancer, and heart disease.
Rehmans work has focused on how cats affect their immune systems, particularly during periods of high infection risk, and how they can help reduce those risks.
But Rehms work is not limited to treating infectious diseases.
She has also focused on helping cat owners protect their cats by changing their diets and getting regular physical therapy.
“I’ve found that many of the people who don’t have a pet don’t really understand how cats help their pets,” Rehmans said.
She says that cat care, especially in older cats, is the most important thing that a pet owner can do to protect them from chronic infections and chronic health problems associated with chronic infections.
The goal is to protect cats from diseases and prevent disease, not to kill them, she said, adding that it’s important for pet owners to do their part by feeding their pets the best possible diet, and that they should also get their pets