I have a two year old male Ragdoll called Theo who I have had since a kitten. He is a housecat due to the nature of this breed although I allow him out occasionally in the garden supervised. The problem I have with Theo is his crying. He cries ALOT. Sometimes it's hard to work out what he wants as he'll walk round the house, then come in to the room I'm in to cry for a few minutes, then he'll go back for a walk. This will sometimes continue for around an hour. When I leave the house my housemate tells me he sits by the door crying for me to come back and can be heard by the neighbours. Generally when I'm here he is very quiet and will be content. He is very much loved and always gets a cuddle when I get home and he'll get another cuddle at bedtime and sit by me while I'm asleep. I try not to give him TOO much attention so he becomes reliant on me but at the same time I don't want him to feel he doesn't have enough attention. I've tried everything I can think of to stop the crying- ignoring him, loudly imitating his cries when he does it, buying lots of toys (he's not interested), playing with him (he'll get bored within minutes), picking him up for a cuddle (he only wants a cuddle on his terms, i.e he has to jump up on your lap), spraying him with water when he cries. I've even brought him the Feliway room diffuser which has had no effect what so ever. I'm at the end of my teather, I would never consider giving him up but my housemate can't take it anymore and it's causing a lot of arguements! I'm considering getting another cat so he'll have some company, but I don't want to make the situation worse by ending up with two mad cats!