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Vocalization Behavior Changes In Cats

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Cats are also fond of vocalizing as this is their usual way to express themselves and get the attention of their fur parent. These noises that cats make will vary depending on what message they are trying to convey.

Most of the time, if your cat is in pain or is sick, she will cry, or growl. As a pet owner, you should be able to distinguish the difference between the regular noise that your cat makes, and the sound she makes when she is hurt or is not feeling well.

There are also instances when your cat may start hollering at night, and this may be a sign of mental instability. Something may be bothering your cat if she cries at night, especially if she does not normally do so.

The key to resolving these issues will be to carefully observe your cat’s behavior. Make sure to bring her to a vet as soon as you notice anything abnormal with her demeanor so the correct treatment will be applied. 

If you have concerns about your pet's health and/or behavior, make an appointment with your veterinary hospital Michigan City, IN.


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