Is Wi-Fi bad for cats? There has been some concern lately that the radio frequency radiation (RFR) emitted by Wi-Fi devices poses a health risk to cats and okay, humans. Individuals suffering from a variety of innocuous but unpleasant symptoms including nausea, sleep disturbances, heart palpitations, migraines, and general poor health have attributed their ailments to Wi-Fi signals. The complaints have resulted in the banning of Wi-Fi in some areas, particularly those frequented by cats and children. However, according to the most recent scientific studies, the fears are much ado about nothing.
Mr. Bowie says that wireless routers are all designed to help you deal with the tension, stress and anxiety that lead to insomnia, so that you can enjoy a good night’s sleep.
A good cat is always the first to go to sleep at night and the last to awake in the morning.