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What is it about tiny cats and their cute squeaky meows that’s so irresistible? Here are some meowing kitten videos that are sure to make your heart melt. Check out the rest of the article to have a fun time perusing this compilation of cute kitties.
Someone wants dinner
Aw, don’t cry, little kitty
It’s OK guys, your mom’s right there
Takes a while for the meows to start, but worth the wait
And the winner is…
You may be wondering why one of your kitties meows too much, and whether or not it's a good sign. fortunately, we've curated a list of the possible reasons for this behavior.
Just like their adult counterparts, kitties may meow in order to get attention from their humans. Whether be it asking for water, food, or just some playtime, it may be a sign that your feline wants some contact. Other positive signals include head bumping and purring.
These adorable fur balls may also vocalize if they are feeling something unnatural. If your little darling starts being too noisy, he may be feeling unwell or hungry. This may be accompanied by other body language cues.
These little babies need connection with their mums as well. It's the equivalent of babies crying among humans, and is a built-in feature for many other animals.
Sometimes there's simply no deeper meaning to a pet's meows. They may just be trying to practice their communication skills.
If you're doing something to your furry darling such as petting him or something, consistent low-pitched meows may be a sign of annoyance. Take care to remove yourself from the position before your pet goes full-blow spitting or hissing.
While meowing is generally normal behavior for felines, it can also go overboard at times. If you notice that your feline meows way too much than her normal behavior, then it may be a sign that something isn't normal.
Pets in pain may try to vocalize their experience through their vocal abilities. If you are unsure as to what the possible source is for this abnormal behavior, it is wise to bring your furry friend to a veterinarian and check them for possible conditions.
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While this may just be a normal action, it may also be a sign of other issues. Judge whether or not the action goes against your pet's usual behaviors.
All domestic felines meow, but they don't all sound same way or even have the same consistency. Some may be more vocal than others, while some may be super silent even when they're feeling happy.
While they can't decipher the words we speak and such, our pets can still read our moods and other cues we use to express ourselves, like facial expression or tone of voice.