7 Reasons Why Your Cat Is Meowing Constantly, Cat Care Daily Guide

Stress, old age or even hunger may make your cat do her vocal chords more frequently than you can handle.

I know every cat owner have from time to time experienced excessive meowing from their cats. Sometimes it is really hard to identify why exactly the cat is making such constant meowing. Below are some reasons why cat meow constantly.


Reasons behind Constant Cat Meowing


1) Your Cat  Needs Attention


You cat will need your attention when he is bored or when he wants a playing partner. Do not respond each time your cat meows,  you should instead give attention when cat stops  meowing. If he continuously keeps on meowing, just walk away for a while until cat stop meowing.


You should only walk away if the cat is  meowing excessively. However, make sure that you spend quality time with your cat every day. Play with cat for it ensures the cat has exercised which is crucial to his well-being. Reward your cat when calm and ignore  when meowing constantly.


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2) Sickness


Cats also start meowing excessively when trying to tell you that they are sick. Remember meowing is one of the common way cats use to communicate to  owners. Cats can be good at hiding ailments. Excessive cat meowing without any interest in food is a sufficient warning of an sickness that needs attention.


Excessive meowing can be a warning sign of kidney disease, urinating problems, thyroid or other cat related health problems. If your cat has just developed this behavior, a visit to the veterinarian is worth taking.


3) Hunger


Some cats will meow for food-related reasons. When the  food bowl is empty, your cat will let you know and not in a cool manner. Make sure your cat gets wet food frequently and you can surprise him with canned food sometimes.


Make it sure that the cat is getting enough food at the right daily  intervals. Also ensure that his water bowl is full.



4) Stress


New animals and new people  in the home and many other things can cause stress to your cat.When your cat continually meows during these changes, it could just mean I am surely mad at you or I do not like this at all.


Obviously your cat will not dictate to you his dislikes. It is then up to you to identify  changes and the effect they have on your cat. When bringing a new animal to your home socialize the new pet and your cat to eliminate behavioral problems.


5) Old Age Confusion


Like humans, cats can be confused or forgetful during older age.


Disorientation is common and your cat may frequently meow because of confusion and frustration. If your cat continually meows or bumps into things at night, let the light on an entire night. You can also visit your  vet for more checkups.


Check out the range of noises this little meow machine makes Video for vet discussion.

 

6) The Cat  May Be In Heat


Female cats become very vocal suddenly when they are in heat. They meow excessively to attract males. Also, males become noisy when they detect a female cat in hear close.


Save yourself and the feline companions this trouble by having your cat neutered or spayed.



7) The Cat Just Want To Say Hello


Sometimes your cat may be meowing simply to say hello to you. Try to calm down your cat  is the meowing  by interacting with him. Scolding your cat for constant meowing may cause insecurity and fear which can interfere with the relationship you have with your cat.