As a kitten, a cat may meow because it needs to let its mother or owner know that it is hungry, and kittens also meow because they are cold or scared. For older cats, meowing is a form of communication. More »

A cats may meow more than usual when it is hungry, wants attention or is not feeling well, says WebMD. Older cats with certain mental conditions may meow more when they get confused or lost. More »

A cat usually loses it meow because of an illness; however, there are some instances of voice loss in cats when a veterinarian cannot make a diagnosis. "Loss or change of voice is one of those vague problems that drive v... More »

Yes, some mother cats, also known as queens, will eat one or more of their kittens. There are a number of reasons why the queen might choose to do this, and this behavior is not necessarily a reflection of her inexperien... More »

Ragdoll cats are widely known for their striking blue eyes and their inclination to go limp with pleasure when held or snuggled by their owner. They are a larger breed of cat with a distinctive friendly personality. More »

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A cat usually loses it meow because of an illness; however, there are some instances of voice loss in cats when a veterinarian cannot make a diagnosis. "Loss or change of voice is one of those vague problems that drive v... More »

A Manx kitten is a young cat from the breed of cats known as the Manx. The Manx is an ancient breed whose origins are traced back to the Isle of Man in the Irish Sea. The most distinguishing feature of a Manx is the lack... More »