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March 2016 Issue

Night Stalkers and Bedtime Howlers

Cats are programmed to be active at dawn and dusk, but you can cleverly and lovingly change their genetic clocks.

At the end of a long workday, you look forward to uninterrupted slumber, but your cat has other plans. In two hours, he jars you awake by leaping on the bed knocking the air out of you. An hour later, he swats a book off your nightstand. And 30 minutes before your alarm sounds, he begins loud, demanding meows.

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