The Cats Meow

United States
March 18, 2008 7:53pm CST
Ok, this is one I haven't seen posted.. what kind of meow does your cat have? We have 4 cats and they each have a different meow. Nemo makes a deep and loud yeoww. Meeca has a she smaller meow, she tries to mimick Nemos deep yeoowl. Dory chirps, she rarely meows, and Itty Bitty has a high meow! meow! I've seen videos on youtube where the cats go "Hel-low" and "hi-i-i-i-i-i" Do your cats meow differently?
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@scribe1 (1207)
• United States
19 Mar 08
My Mimi cat's meow is high, Waffles' meow is somewhere in between, and Columbus's meow is low. To be honest, I don't hear any of my cats meow that often unless they are in pain or they want something badly. Waffles, though, will make little "uh" sounds sometimes when I call her or talk to her.
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• United States
19 Mar 08
I have two cats that are sisters and then one we got at a later date. Thelma kinda squeaks her meows and Louise hollers like there is no tomorrow! It's kinda funny as those are the sisters and they are so opposite from one another. Sunshine the yougest kitty sounds like a kitten when she meows...I think she knows she's the baby though! ha ha!
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@Ldyjarhead (10157)
• United States
19 Mar 08
Shirley and Laverne - 
Shirley and Laverne enjoying their favorite pasttime, getting into my yarn!
My two are sisters, approximately 6 months old or so. They have very different personalities, and yes, even their meows. In fact, I don't think I've even heard Shirley meow, but Laverne sure is a big mouth. It was horrible when she went into heat! (they've since been spayed, so thankfully,that's no longer an issue). Laverne makes a pitiful sound, I think she sounds like a wounded dove, and she's pretty vocal throughout the day. Never hear a peep from Shirley.
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@5mayday (1054)
• Norway
1 Apr 08
I always thought cats meowing is the same, so me and my sister always asks my cat "why are you meowing like that? it doesnt sounds like a cat at all" lol
@Marg12 (329)
• United States
1 Apr 08
Definitely cats all have different sounding meows. In fact two of my cats are names after the way they sound when they talk.I have one whose name is Squeeky cause she squeeks when she meows. Then last year I had a tiny little kitten come to my house running very fast and when she stopped, she was mewing like crazy in this high pitched meow and so I mewed back at her to try to keep her here. And it worked. She stayed and her name is MewMew. She still talks all the time. So I really believe that all cats have different voices.
• United States
1 Apr 08
of the ones i have now,i have 2 "peepers" and one that says "wiiiiiiiiii".none of the three has ever said anything that remotely resembles a meow LOL it's funny-the "wii" kitty as we call him,will suddenly let loose with a very baritone "mrr-ROWWWL" if he thinks he's home alone. big change from his usual voice.