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post #1 of 13
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My Cat Zephyer likes to talk. A lot. Meow this.... meow that. It can be cute but lately he is talking all the time. I ask him if he needs anything. I pour fresh water, and there is always dry kibble available for him to eat when he gets hungry. I pick him up and give him hugs and kisses and then he stops. But... anyone else have this going on?
post #2 of 13
I've had it for the last 5 years with Rosie She likes to talk, and i talk back to her
post #3 of 13
Both Sadie and Dexter are talkers...
Nothing helps.

If you notice a change in Zephyer's behavior, that is when you might be concerned but the talking?
Good luck.
post #4 of 13
Forrest is a constant talker too. It does make it easy to always know where he is in the house.

It's like having a small child - if he's quiet for any length of time I usually get up and go check on him to see if he's either asleep or is getting into something he shouldn't.
post #5 of 13
Yeah I am concerned when I don't hear talking.

Jack is mr. personality--sometimes I think he talks just to hear himself. He definitely knows how to use it to his benefit.

Leslie
post #6 of 13
Maybe he needs more toys to keep him busy?
post #7 of 13
If your kitty has some siamese/oriental type of cat in the background, that's probably why your cat is a talker. As long as the cat has food, water and cuddles, they just want to talk - doesn't mean they really want or need something
post #8 of 13
With 2 Orientals I have non stop noise! Nothing goes on around here without one of the boys offering their opinion
post #9 of 13
Thread Starter 
Well at least Im not alone.
post #10 of 13
My cat who died this fall was a major talker. I miss it. Sometimes, when he wanted more food (there was always dry food out for him, but he knew to the minute when it was time for wet food), it sounded like he was saying, "Now? Now? Now?"
post #11 of 13
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Forrest is a constant talker too. It does make it easy to always know where he is in the house.

It's like having a small child - if he's quiet for any length of time I usually get up and go check on him to see if he's either asleep or is getting into something he shouldn't.
My cat even tells on herself, she can't keep that mouth shut, she has a certain meow when doing something she shouldn't! My kitty never shuts up Even sleeping she purrs like a train.
post #12 of 13
angus meows a lot! i think he does it most when he wants attention, but he meows really loud when he walks into the dressing room (i have a studio apartment). he stops when i pick him up or pet him.
post #13 of 13
Oh forget it, Maia is the biggest talker I have met yet! She has to say hello, chirp meows when shes hungry, meows when I take to long throwing her toy to her, meows when she comes runnin for attention......love her for it!
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