Actually a cat’s ‘meow’ involves lots of meanings within it. It’s an amazing complicated method of communication. A cat’s vocalization habits and voice are individual just like the individual voice of human. You may have a quiet cat that seldom makes a peep, or you may have one that’s talkative. Different breeds will have different sounding meows. For instance, Siamese cats are well-known for their individual shrill wail.
The most common sort of meow is a plaintive cry for attention. If the cat is wondering around the kitchen, she probably wants cat food
If meowing occurs when you’ve just come home, your cat is probably expressing her happiness to see you and wants to be stroked or picked up. But when the meow is repeated consistently, is also means mating
A female cat in heat will meow constantly to demonstrate her availability to males.
Sometimes a cat makes strange chattering or even bleating sounds if they discover prey unreachable. So far no one have proof to prove this. Some claim that it is simply a sound of feline anticipation or frustration, while some even think it’s a trick to get its prey. Growling, spitting, hissing and shrieking are all invasive or defensive cries. It’s usually pretty clear to tell if a cat is angry or frightened. In addition, purring often means your cat is content with its surrounding environment or just its food.
You have to pay close attention if you have a quiet cat suddenly starting meowing or a talkative cat that suddenly stops, which may mean you cat is ill. You should also be concerned if your cat starts meowing constantly with the litter box. Any of these could indicate you cat is in distress.