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Stress. Behavior problems are probably the most common cause of excessive meowing in cats. Look for ways to remove stress from your cat’s life (e.g. for indoor cats especially, make your home more cat-friendly, with cat furniture like cat trees ). Introduce new pets carefully (e.g. using scent swapping) to minimize stress.What does a cat meowing sound like?
When cats do vocalize to each other, they will occasionally use sounds such as purrs, meows, chirps, and trills. Meowing has also been recorded as a way that cat mothers will comfort their kittens, while a more stand-out guttural yowl is preferred when cats are attempting to attract a mate.Do cats meow for attention?
Adult cats rarely meow to each other, so an adult cat meowing to human beings is probably a post-domestication extension of meowing by kittens: a call for attention.  The meow can be assertive, plaintive, friendly, bold, welcoming, attention-soliciting, demanding, or complaining.Why do cats meow?
A cat can also meow because they are scared, anxious, or in pain. If they are fearful of a person or other animal, they may let out repeated meows to indicate that they are in a state of stress. One common source of stress for cats is when we put them in the carrier to go to see the vet.