Originally Posted by turtlecat
He's new to the family, and we have 2 others that are sloooowly warming up to him (well Paige is...) I do play with him a LOT but he seems to be looking for something..
How old is he? How long have you had him? What type of home did he come from?
If he is new and just left his littermates and mom, or just left the family that he knew and was familiar with he may be looking for them. He has left everything that is familiar and is now in a new home. He doesn't know this new home and this new family yet, and the other cats still aren't his 'friends' so he is probably lonely and looking for something familiar. He is calling out because he feels 'lost'. This is what kittens do when they are young and Momcat hears them and comes running to bring them back to the safety of home. When he calls, go to him, pick him up and cuddle him and reassure him so that he won't feel lost and abandoned and will eventually learn that his 'new' mommy will come when he calls and reassure him.
It is unlikely as he grows and becomes more comfortable in your home and makes friends with his feline family that he will continue to meow as much or as long. He may always be something of a talker though. All of mine are talkers, and Bear -who knows I am 'mommy' since he was bottle fed - calls me whenever he wants ANYTHING! hehehe, oh well!
Good luck with your little one.