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Your Cats Sounds

Friday, September 18, 2020
posted by Jim Murphy

Our feline friends can make a wide variety of sounds ranging from purrs, to chirps, to hisses and even growls. If you hear your cat chirping, they are probably sitting on the window sill looking at the birds. This sound is reserved to attract birds. If you hear a calming purr, this probably means that your cat is comfortable and content. A cat can also purr when it’s sick. The most common sound is the “meow” which could mean anything from saying “hello” to being hungry. Our Siamese, Himilayan cat, Atlantis is a real “talker” he has such a large variety of “meows” that it’s almost a language of it’s own.

Here’s what the Insider says about cat meows.

In the wild, kittens meow when they’re cold or hungry to get the mother cat’s attention, as explained by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). Generally, though, adult cats don’t meow much to one another.

On the other hand, adult cats meow to communicate with humans pretty frequently. In fact, cats meow at people to say hello, ask for attention, or demand food, as further noted by the ASPCA.

Chances are, cat guardians will learn to distinguish an individual cat’s meows. There’s a difference between the plaintive, high-pitched cry for food, and the bright, chirpy sound they make as a greeting.

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