Meowing

by Lily
(Canada)

Toothless the kitten

Toothless the kitten

I have a 9 month old Siamese mix, she looks like a tuxedo cat, but has the playful, chatty personality of a Siamese. When she was a kitten (We got her when she was less than 1 month old) She would meow at the door all night for attention, but she quickly grew out of this, especially when we got her home (We bought her when we where on a vacation because its hard to find kittens in the community we live in) and she met our older cat she got alot better at night. In the last month or so she has taken to being a kitty alarm clock, around 6am. sometimes earlyer she will start meowing and making other kitty noises outside our door. This is when her food dish is full, shes in good health and she has ALOT of toys. Is there any reason she could be doing this besides for attention?

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Nov 10, 2011
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by: Anonymous

do not close your door at night, you got her when she was very young , to her you are her parents she loves you, when you close the door she can not watch you or be near you. these cats are smart i have a 10 year old male also half Siamese and tuxedo name is Peter. he was also a bit to young when i got him. these cats are very smart and can get very attached to a loving owner. leave the door open if she is being a pest when you are trying to sleep just pet her and give her a little love for a short while so she knows you recognize her just once each night when she comes in your room while you are sleeping, this will let her know that you love her and she is welcome in the room. it will become a routine for her and she will not meow all night. keep the door shut and sooner or later she could start having behavioral issues because she is letting you know she is not happy with you and the door being closed. if i go in our garage and do not let peter come with me he has temper tantrums he jumps at the door to bang on it until i came in.At night when it is time i go to bed he knows will sit next to me tap my leg when i ignore him (which i do at times so he knows he is not the boss)he will through a fit, running around make irritated sounding meow attach his paper bag on the floor. so just leave the door open.

Nov 10, 2011
idea
by: Anonymous

do not close your door at night, you got her when she was very young , to her you are her parents she loves you, when you close the door she can not watch you or be near you. these cats are smart i have a 10 year old male also half Siamese and tuxedo name is Peter. he was also a bit to young when i got him. these cats are very smart and can get very attached to a loving owner. leave the door open if she is being a pest when you are trying to sleep just pet her and give her a little love for a short while so she knows you recognize her just once each night when she comes in your room while you are sleeping, this will let her know that you love her and she is welcome in the room. it will become a routine for her and she will not meow all night. keep the door shut and sooner or later she could start having behavioral issues because she is letting you know she is not happy with you and the door being closed. if i go in our garage and do not let peter come with me he has temper tantrums he jumps at the door to bang on it until i came in.At night when it is time i go to bed he knows will sit next to me tap my leg when i ignore him (which i do at times so he knows he is not the boss)he will through a fit, running around make irritated sounding meow attach his paper bag on the floor. so just leave the door open.

Apr 23, 2011
Morning behavior
by: Lynn

Cats are very routine in nature. Regardless of the type of cat,or if it has to do with food, most cats will try to wake up their humans before the alarm clock goes off. They are being social.

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