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Reasons why cats meow?

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
Trout always meows at my closed bedroom door when I am not even in there..any idea what is up?

There are no toys of hers in there, and noone in there either. Its kind of annoying as she meows these loud high pitched whiney type meows. I literally have to go and pick her up and bring her into the livingroom for her to stop.
post #2 of 12
Maybe she forgot you weren't in there? I unno. Noodles does that when we sleep too late. But that's only when we are in there.
post #3 of 12
hiya, has she been spayed? my cat goes upstairs when she calls for males and this is also a high pitched sort of miow!! dont no if this is any help? or maybe she likes this room and sees it as her territory?
post #4 of 12
It's because the door is closed.
Don't you know?
There isn't a cat alive that actually approves of interior doors being closed, some just voice their complaints.
post #5 of 12
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Arlyn View Post
It's because the door is closed.
Don't you know?
There isn't a cat alive that actually approves of interior doors being closed, some just voice their complaints.


That is hilarious!! That toally sounds like something the psycho Trout would not approve of.. Okay, I guess I'll just have to deal with it.


By the way guys, she is spayed
post #6 of 12
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Originally Posted by Arlyn View Post
It's because the door is closed.
Don't you know?
There isn't a cat alive that actually approves of interior doors being closed, some just voice their complaints.
And my Sophie is a prime example as well.

Unless i'm in my bedroom i keep it closed, but i can be sitting downstairs, or here in the guest room and she'll sit at my bedroom door yelling at the top of her voice.

Once i open it to let her in she just has a wander around and comes straight back out and she's quite happy with that!
post #7 of 12
They are quite right.
Gizmo tolerates the studio door being closed when I'm not in it, but she won't stand to have a door between me and her. If I'm in the bedroom with the door closed, she just pounds on the door and forces it open. She's pretty strong for such a small cat.
post #8 of 12
and Gizmo was yowling tonight so that I'd play with her. The days are shorter and cooler and her energy level is WAY up there as a result, I guess, of not having to deal with the heat!

Your cat might want to play, not just have the door open.
post #9 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by Arlyn View Post
It's because the door is closed.
Don't you know?
There isn't a cat alive that actually approves of interior doors being closed, some just voice their complaints.
That's my guess too. My cats hate closed doors and will paw at them and meow at them. Once you open it they don't bother going into the room, they just stop meowing and wander away
post #10 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by Arlyn View Post
It's because the door is closed.
Don't you know?
There isn't a cat alive that actually approves of interior doors being closed, some just voice their complaints.


How many times, have you opened the door and they take two steps in and then turn around?
post #11 of 12
My kitties don't like it when the bathroom door is closed. They will run to the door right when it closes and wait next to it until whoever is in there comes out.

I think it makes them nervous because one of their cat boxes is in there.

There's probably something in there she'd really prefer to have access to.
post #12 of 12
This is so true, Villy much prefers open doors. If you do close one she immediately wants to go through it.

Maybe Trout wants to go and lay on your bed?
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