Cat has lost its meow

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cat has lost its meow

The Cat That Lost Its Meow by Teri Thompson

The Cat That Lost Its Meow is a fantasy epic adventure of Rosie The Cat as she searches for her lost voice. This uplifting short story is fun and inspiring for children, teens and adults. It is an excellent bedtime story for children. If you like animal stories, cats, frogs, eagles, unicorns, witches, magic and battles, The Cat That Lost Its Meow will grab your imagination. Inspired by almost true events! (The authors own cat mysteriously lost her meow for a brief period and 9 year-old Elena asked for a bedtime story while on a water skiing trip).
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7 Sounds Cats Make and What They Mean

If Fluffy wakes you up at midnight with meows for attention, you might sometimes wish she'd lose her voice. But if your cat's normal meow changes to a hoarse squeak or fades out altogether, it's time for a trip to the vet to determine the cause. Just like you, Fluffy can catch an upper respiratory infection URI that leads to laryngitis, causing hoarseness.
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Laryngitis in Cats

Laryngitis in cats may be one symptom of several illnesses such as calicivirus or infectious rhinotracheitis. When a cat develops laryngitis, it loses its meow for a few days. The cough can become painful. Symptoms of laryngitis in a cat may make themselves evident fairly quickly, especially if the cat has developed an upper respiratory infection URI. These symptoms may include:. The causes of laryngitis in cats can range widely from a simple URI or irritant all the way up to an obstruction in the larynx or even a growth that affects the movements of the vocal cords. Sometimes, cats lose their meows for unknown reasons.

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*urgent* my cat lost his meow?

Take the Oriental Shorthair for example. These furballs can meow, chirp , and make all sorts of crazy sounds when they want to speak their minds. Other breeds are shyer when it comes to expressing their opinion. Sometimes you can even tell if the cat is depressed or angry by the tone of its meowing. Yes, it is. Here are the most common reasons why your kitty has stopped meowing, or has developed a raspy or hoarse meow.

Cats do not meow at each other. When they do so at their owner, they are announcing that they want or need something. Meowing is an instinctive behavior that all kittens are born with. Naturally, this will have been when they wanted something. As cats grow up and are separated from their mothers, they theoretically stop meowing. Adoption by a human family changes this, however.

Poor Spaghettios! He could have laryngitis. Cats can get this from stress, anxiety, or excessive meowing. A respiratory infection could also cause him to lose his voice. The swelling from infection If your cat does not normally vocalize, meowing could be a sign of distress. Oral antibiotics can sometimes give cats an upset stomach, so if your cat is feeling nausea from the medicine, that could

3 COMMENTS

  1. Florismart M. says:

    My cat has lost his voice, he has been a inside cat since birth he is a little over a yr old now, but I've been staying at my mom's for the last 2 wks and she is not a.

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  3. Davina S. says:

    Why Can't My Cat Meow? Causes For Raspy, Hoarse, Or Stopped Meows

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