Trying to get some sleep while sharing a bed or bedroom with someone who snores can be difficult. Novelist, Anthony Burgess, said, "Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone."
Kittens are no different.
These adorable kittens are having nap time. Well, one is at least. The gray kitten is asleep and snoring, keeping his brother awake. In the background, you can first see him startle from the snoring and then try to get comfortably situated a couple of times. Right before the video clip ends, his expression looks completely annoyed.
Do you have a spouse who snores? Or are you the one who snores? What do you do to get sleep?
Are there other annoying habits that drive you crazy? Read these "8 male behaviors that annoy women." It's important to try to ignore some of these habits that ultimately don't matter. Focusing on the annoying aspects of your spouse can eat away at an otherwise healthy marriage. It's important to look for the good in each other if you plan to stay married.
In the meantime, use some earplugs, breathing strips or talk to your doctor about snoring, if that's an issue. According to the National Sleep Foundation, lifestyle changes can help or sometimes breathing machines or surgery may be necessary.
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