Where should my cat sleep?
Cats will generally take a nap where they want to, as long as the place they're settling in is warm and comfortable. There are a range of cat beds available, such as igloo beds or hammocks for the radiator, or you could provide a cardboard box on its side with a soft blanket inside. You can find out more about what to provide for your cat in our welcome home guide.
You'll find that cats often rotate their preferred sleeping area and they shouldn't be disturbed when sleeping. When a cat falls asleep on their owner's lap, they often don't realise that the cat is asleep and continue to stroke them. Most cats will be aware of what is happening, but some might be sleepy and disorientated and react defensively to a percieved threat.