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    Question Does the cold front cause sleepiness?

    Guessing Miss Jazz is feeling the cold that is in the air outside. She just wants to eat and curl back up and sleep. I know I am freezing but it is same temp inside. Is she feeling the same. Does it make them not wanna play as much?

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    Default Re: Does the cold front cause sleepiness?

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    Default Re: Does the cold front cause sleepiness?

    Yes, it's normal for them to become less active as the season changes. In the wild they have to reserve their energy for super important things like eating.

    Keep in mind, the shorter days also effect sleep. A squirrel who may have had a 9 pm bedtime in the summer may be crashing at 7 now.

    My overwinters usually get crazy in the mornings right before sunrise, take a long afternoon nap and were active during evening playtime until dark (dinner) and then make their way to their beds as the sun set.

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