Why do mother cats meow a lot?
The mama cat is probably trying to call to her babies.
Birman cats do not meow a lot; in fact, they are known for being docile and quiet.
No, the British shorthaor cats don't meow a lot. They are known to be very quiet cats.
No. Cats will vocalize around other cats, and a mother cat will meow to call her kittens.
Meow is the sound house cats supposedly make, so I guess they are just mocking cats. Cats are awsome. People love cats. Because they want to sond cute like cats. Maybe they are mentaly ill and think they are a cat. MEOW MEOW MEOW MEOW MEOW
A silent meow doesn't mean anything i know this may sound strange but quite a lot of cats cannot meow they try but they can't. i have 2 female cats and they both cannot meow.
they just like to meow a lot and 'speek' to you.
Cats meow to get attention o3o
Cats meow when they want food.Also they meow when they are happy.Some cats cry that sound like a long MEEEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWW.
no, my cats hardly meow
Yes... sort of. Adult cats in the wild seldom meow to each other (they mainly communicate nonverbally, though they occasionally hiss, growl, or caterwaul). Meowing seems to be a kitten behavior intended to attract the attention of the mother cat. Scientists think adult domestic cats meow to attract the attention of people, whom they seem to regard as a sort of substitute mother. At least one of my cats seems to meow because she thinks… Read More
Cats make a lot of noises. Some of the noises cats make are, "Hiss" "Meow" and "Purr".
Normally cats 'MEOW' a lot, but some cats don't. The 'Pixie-Bob' breed 'CHIRPS' and I have a cat that 'CACKLES'.
because the can tell if they are in troble and if a storm is coming Why do we talk a lot? Because we like to communicate! It's the same for cats; some are quiet, and some aren't.
All kittens meow as a way to communicate with their mothers. Domestic cats can maintain this behavior into adulthood and meow at humans, but usually not at other cats.
Cats meow just to communicate to humans.
When cats meow they can say any thing from 'Hello' to 'Supercalifragalisticexpialidosious'.
because cats only know how to meow but they don't know how to bark because cats only know how to meow but they don't know how to bark ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Double Answer!!!!!!
Because you are not the kitty's mother! The kitty's mother knows just how to pick up her kitten; you don't!
Cats are usually said to "meow." Miaow, mewl meow, and purr
No cats meow - goats bleat
a cats voice
Cats vocalize with purrs, growls, hissing and meows. Meows are one of the most widely known cat sounds. In nature, the meow is a sound used by a cat to signal a request to its mother. Adult cats do not meow to each other, and so the meowing to human beings that domesticated cats exhibit is likely partly an extension of the use by kittens of this plaintive meow signal.
Yes, all kittens meow even cats meow.
Well, cats make a lot of sounds. You will usually hear people saying that cats say meow, but they also hiss when they feel in a fighting mood, purr when content or calm, and growl when agitated. Cats might meow if they are hungry, want attention, or surprised. They also yowl.
they meow because they do not know how to bark
Cats won't normally meow to communicate with other cats, but they will meow to communicate with humans. Sometimes they meow to show you they need something (like if they have ran out of food) or just to respond to what you are doing (like calling their name).
Cats meow saying aloud that they REALLY want to eat that bird they see.
what you do is you say ow not meow in a cat pitch.
taking too much meow meow
It is thought that most domestic cats meow in some form or another, but there are some individuals that do not meow, or make any noise at all throughout their life.
Normally cats will not meow at other cats to communicate unless it is mother to her kits. More importantly to cats is the action of purring for affection, growling as a warning/intimidation or challenge for a fight. But MOST importanly is body language, adult cats are very dynamic with body language and with ear flattening, hair poofing tail lashes, nips with the teeth, and swats of their paws will give clear signs of their intentions… Read More
Meow! Meow! :DWhen domestic cats meow at us they are usually trying to tell us that they want something, like "Open the door", "I'm hungry" or "Hey! Look at me, I want a tickle". Many of the cat meowing sounds they make at us are variations of the mother to kitten chirping sounds. This is because cats see us not as leaders of the pack like dogs but as a mother figure. They depend on… Read More
The cats meow is its distinctive way to talk to each other. If you really listen to them, you can get an idea what they are saying.
After intensive research i have come to the conclusion that the scientific reason that the expression that cats "meow" came about is due to the fact that cats "meow". (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Yes, the Singapura is a breed that does meow a lot.
by their mouth
No. Cats do.
Typicly, all cats do meow unless something has happend to the cat at birth or otherwise. Every cat that has not been "changed" in some way will meow. Some cats like cougars and anything in that sort DO meow, just they all let out a more fierce growl. Hope this helps!
Cats have 4 different meanings for "meow". If you listen carefully, you can hear that each meow is different. * I'm hungry! * I want to go out! * Help! * I want attention!
Cats , in a general manner, say "meow".
Yes, even if the cats are the same breed and are related their meows will be different. Due to what their meowing for and the mood they're in when they meow.
It is generally believed that cats can meow when no one else is around. There are plenty of videos and logic to back this theory.
It's really weird but it's true... Cats have 4 different meanings for "meow". If you listen carefully, you can hear that each meow is different. I'm hungry! I want to go out! Help! I want attention!
Possibly, but they meow at many other times also.
A meow can mean anything. It can be because a cat is happy, sad, or is 'talking' to you.
Well cats meow for many reasons when you are aslep they are seeing if you are ok.
Nothing at all. Cats only meow when they are unhappy or want attention. If a cat does not meow it is obviously well taken care of. That's not true, cats also meow when they are happy or want to tell you something, or they need help. If a cat doesn't seem to meow ever, then you can either just live with it or ask a vet.
cats meow and growl, the same as dogs that bark and growl even humans make a growling noise at times, it is just a form of communication.
They probably want something: Food Water Litter Box Cleaned Love Tending to injury Some cats, like Siamese, just meow and meow for no reason, they just want to talk to you!
Yes they can. We brought this one kitten home. She meowed so hard the first day we had her, she damaged her meow box (cats have two voiceboxes--one is just for meowing) and could never meow again.