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I can't count the number of times I've seen Fern laying on something with her head hanging off, and it makes me wonder if they get a head rush like we do. Seems like no matter how long she's been like that she can jump right up with no problem - makes me jealous! I know you guys have lots of cats that do this too - anyone know if they're just immune to the head rush that we get? I know they can get dizzy, but I don't know about this!
 

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Cali's head hangs down from the top of her favorite cat tree. And she's there every day for hours. It SOOOOO does not look comfortable to me! 8O
 

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I’d guess that there small size creates less blood pressure so it doesn’t cause the discomfort we would feel.

I recently heard that giraffes have the highest blood pressure in the animal kingdom on account of them being so tall. I guess that’s why I have never seen a giraffe handing off a cat tree.
 
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