The word and the picture for it themselves say it all, don’t they?
CATNAP: TAKE A NICE SNOOZE OR NAP LIKE A CAT!

The dictionary definitions for catnap are as follows:
1. A short nap; a light sleep. (noun)
2. To take a short nap; doze lightly. (verb)

Masters Tip to remember Catnap:
The image below is sufficient to learn it, isn’t it?

Usage Examples for Catnap:
1. In my fantasy life, I spend an entire Sunday morning in this sanctuary undisturbed until I finish both my coffee and the paper, and then, in my ultimate dream world, I close my eyes and take a luxurious catnap. – Simon & Schuster, “Left Neglected”
2. Confident that everything was fine, I decided to put my head down for a few minutes and have a catnap. – Simon & Schuster, “True Spirit”

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