THAT is what our youngest cat is most fond of doing for no apparent reason. She always meows in a room no one is in and for at constant two or three minute stretch at a time.
Then there is the chirping she does when you are petting her. Last night she had snuggled up to me once I’d gone to bed and she was wanting some serious petting. “Chirp chirp, mew chirp”. So much for falling asleep with a sweet cuddly kitten by your side. Between her conversational comments on my petting quality and her being a wiggly miss, there was no way I was going to be dozing off.
I always thought cats were the more quiet type of house pets, but my three have proven that theory wrong. Andromeda is quite vocal, and although she only weighs about three pounds you can hear her running through the house playing tag with Chernobyll, who runs like she has jackhammers for feet.
Luna-tic is the only really quiet kitty in the house. But then she spends part of her time outdoors, and when inside, does her albino slug imitation by sleeping. Of course her purring can be loud when she is demanding head rubs, and she hisses at the little one when Drama wants to play with her.
There Drama goes again. Meow meow meow meow. What does that cat want?