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Does your cat talk?Kitten Cat buttons about 7 months talking and playing

Discussion in 'Cat Photo Galleries' started by Natspet, Sep 5, 2013.


  1. Natspet

    Natspet PetForums Newbie

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    wind1 PetForums VIP

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    That is very cute!
     
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    Natspet PetForums Newbie

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    THX your cats are lovely.
     
  4. Kyo

    Kyo PetForums Junior

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    So cute!! My cat makes those little purry sounds when he wants my attention sometimes and when he's having what i call "His mad hour" lol
    Buttons is a wee cutie
     
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    Smudgencoco PetForums Newbie

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    Very sadly our beautiful cat Pixxie had to go to kitty heaven a couple of weeks ago after being hit by a car. Devastated. From the day we got her at 8 weeks old we always said "hellooo!" As she woke up, entered rooms, climbed on our laps etc. After a very short time Pixxie started to do the same for our attention! It was a very clear and unmistakable "awoow". Visitors commented on it so it wasn't us being over imaginative with our interpretations of her meows!
     
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    lostbear Bear right at Newcastle . . .

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    Two of our three cats have been talkers. One of them ws a real chatterbox, and would follow me round the house commenting on everything I did, and like this one, would answer questions and respond to remarks that I made. Our present one is not quite so chatty, but does talk in response to comments, and will let us know if she has any complaints about the service - big time!

    Both of them had/have different distinct words. Paco (now deceased) clearly said "miiiiiiiilk' and 'fiiiiiiiish' as well as 'aaoow' (hello) and 'naaaow' (now), ' naaa' (no), and a little chirp which obviously meant 'oooh, sardines, yes please!'.

    This present one isn't quite so pleasant, being more of a demander - so we get 'foooood - naaaaaaow!, as well as 'miiiilk' - f she is refused any of these goodies she distinctly calls me 'swiiiiiiine'. She ask asks to be 'aawwwooot' (out). She has sounds for 'no' and 'yes', and 'yummy' (a sort of purringgrowlychirpy sound.

    Our non-talking cat never made any sound at all - she didn't mew, and you could only tell she was purring by the vibration. The other two sound like little tractors, but she was silent. We never had her checked, but I suspect that she had a vocal fold anomaly. It could also explain why ever meal she ate (and she ate fast) cane back up in minutes. She managed to keep enough doen to stay healthy and lived to eighteen, when we sadly had to let her go because she had an accident jumping off the washing machine and broke her spine.
     
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    Aww I love chatty cats hence being enslaved by two siamese.
     
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    How cute! Gorgeous cat :) Mia talks a lot too, I always go "miaaaaa!" To her and she does it back ha :001_tt1:
     
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    My cat Pasha is my first chatty one.
     
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    Aww thats so sweet. Loki is very chatty, and 'answers back' if i tell him no. Hes also a chirruper, and often wanders round muttering to himself as he goes about his business!
     
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