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My cat meows but sometimes no sound comes out

Zaen AltinaweZaen Altinawe Member Posts: 6
edited 25 February, 2013 in Behavior & Training
Its been happening since day 1 I got her. Anyone know what it is? Or if its serious? She doesn't look to be in pain but I'm still concerned for her she's about 10 weeks old.


  • SterlingAndTheSTeamSterlingAndTheSTeam Mount OliveMember Posts: 41,262 ✭✭✭
    edited 25 February, 2013
    It's called "The Silent Meow" and it's perfectly normal. Some cats do it and some don't. I guess you could compare it to a human whisper. Don't forget, cats can hear higher frequencies than humans, so to her she may be thinking she's talking out loud whereas our dullard hearing can't pick up that high frequency. (^^
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