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Excessive vocalisation in cats

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Sagi Denenberg


Excessive vocalisation in cats

Is your cat a “talker?” Cats use vocalisations such as meowing to communicate with us - this is how they communicate with us about everything from pain to interactions to loneliness. Some cats vocalise excessively, keeping their owners up at night and generally increasing stress in the household. Read on to learn more about what your cat is saying when he “talks” to you.

Why do cats meow?

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Why is my cat meowing so much?

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What do I do when my cat’s meowing becomes excessive?

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How can I prevent excessive vocalisation?

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