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Cats share their sleeping positions with other carnivores. They either lie down, crouched in a sphinx-like position with their heads down, or they lie on their sides with their bodies either stretched out or curled up (depending on the weather).
There’s an expression: "You can tell the heat of the day by the length of a sleeping cat." The longer they stretch out, the hotter it is.
When it's cold, cats tend to curl up in a ball and pull their tails under their chins like a scarf for extra warmth.