There’s something incredibly relaxing about the unmistakable sound of a cat’s purr.
Those soft, soothing tones are enough to put a smile on the face of even the sternest of pet parents.
Cat vocalizations come in all different tones and octaves though, and not all cats are the same.
Some you will hear meowing away all day long, while others will keep themselves to themselves, only making noises when they’re craving a bit of attention.
If your cat has become much more of a chatter box in recent weeks, you’re probably wondering what’s going on with them.
The most common reason behind increased vocalizations is injury or illness.
But as this article will explain, there could be any number of reasons behind a feline suddenly crying out or meowing more.