According to The Daily Mail, a Center for Sleep Medicine study reveals that pet owners who sleep with their furry friend sleep better.

Last year, the Mayo Clinic reported half of the patients that had consultations at its sleep clinic were pet owners who reported being woken up by their furry friends in the middle of the night.

However, today a new study was released that indicates those who cuddle with their cat or dog sleep better.

Researchers surveyed 150 patients about their sleep habits and their pets, and found those who sleep with their cat or dog feel more safe and secure.

Results came from patients who visited the Center for Sleep Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The researchers found that 56 percent of the participants shared their bed or bedroom with a cat or dog.

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