- Cats have a way of speaking to you by doing excessive meowing. They will meow a lot if they are ill and simply want to get your attention so you can take them to the vet. Even though cats are quite secretive and good at hiding feelings, some include ailments. They know when they need help and that excessive meowing helps them to get that across. Excessive meowing can be a warning sign of kidney disease, urinating problems, thyroid or other cat related health problems. If your cat has just developed the behavior, a trip to the veterinarian is worth taking.
2. The Cat is in heat
- Animals have mating seasons, cats are no different from dogs that will go on heat. Meaning that they are in a state where their hormone requires that special touch. They will have a persistent feel for mating. Female cats however are much vocal than males when they are in heat and will meow excessive to attract that handsome young male cat. Once a male senses a female in heat, he too will add his two cents of meowing.
3. Hungry Cat
- Not feeding your cat the appropriate amount of food is a bad idea. Not feeding your cat at all is just cause for you to be buried under the sea. When your feline companion becomes hungry, they will check their food bowl to see if it is stacked with little mini or mickey mouse. If they don't see any food they will get quite vocal until that bowl is filled again, (Sorry Mickey! Cats gotta eat.)
- Cats just humans and any other mammals age. And with age comes a lot of complications. Disorientation is a common trait of cats that have reached old age. Cats will meow because of confusion and disorientation brought upon by aging. If your cat continually meows or bumps into things at night, leave the light on an entire night. You can also visit a vet for more checkups.
5. Seeks Attention
- Even though cats like their alone time. If they love you they will eventually show it. They will require your time and attention. You must show them love and care, pet them and meow to them too. If you don't you cat will let it be known by meowing your eras off. Give your feline pal the attention deserves.
6. He Didn't Get Tweety Bird
- Well, cats can get mad especially when they become stressed out. If you cat is trying to accomplish something and is simply not getting through. The cat will let it's anger, stress and disgust about the situation be known by meowing and meowing and keep meowing a little more.