While cats aren’t exactly as quiet as mice, they’re hardly the noisiest of animals either.
That being said, you’ll certainly become accustomed to hearing your feline make a variety of noises during your time together.
Meowing, purring, hissing, chirping, crying; this is how our felines communicate with us.
You can also add growling to that list; one of the most distinctive sounds a feline can make.
The time you’re most likely to hear a cat growl is when they are angry or agitated.
But as this article will explain, there are a few reasons why you may end up seeing more of your feline’s teeth than you’d perhaps like.