Siamese boy won't stop meowing!

by Steve
(England)

Hi There,


We've just homed a lovely 7 month old Siamese.

We did a lot of research before getting one, and I understand they are talkative, and we saw him some time before taking him home, but since he has been here he walks around the house meowing very loudly continuously.

I'm assuming as we have only had him a few days it will take some time for him to settle in, he is also unneutered but is booked in this Thursday to have his opp.

I just wondered if this is normal behavior when one is re-homed. We have two other cats as well, he doesn't meow around them, he just either sleeps or walks all around the house constantly meowing when awake. He gets lots of affection (he is a little love machine) and always has clean litter, kibble to graze on in the day and lots of toys.

He purrs pretty much all of the time too and is even purring when meowing!


Thanks,

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Dec 01, 2012
Siamese constant meowing NEW
by: Anonymous

I have just taken on a 6 month boy who also does not stop meowing as soon as his eyes are open......the only way to stop him is to pci him up,
I have to walk around the house with a baby sling sometimes when my husband has been on nights, just to keep him quiet.....I just dont know what to do, I could not rehome him, as I would not pass on the problem to anyone else. Will it ever stop? Going to have him done soon, hope it makes a difference!!

Apr 02, 2012
Crazy Siamese NEW
by: Anonymous

I feel for you. I am going through a really hard time at the moment. I think my Siamese Jerry is mentally challenged. When we got him 6 years ago as a 1 year old, he would not leave his basket for 3 months. He would peek out of the laundry for a few minutes each day. Then we made the big mistake of letting him out with our other cats. Well - last month he was caught by the ranger and we nearly lost him. I kept him inside for 1 month and I myself was starting to go mental. He paces around the couch and table (in a figure 8) and meows all the time. He will sleep on the couch for 10 minutes and then he will go back to his routine of pacing the kitchen. I put him during the day in the cat enclosure and he does the same thing. I think my neighbours are going to complain soon. I feel so sorry for my Ragdoll - Tinkerbell as she has had enough of him also. Now I am starting to let him out again as this is the only time he is happy. But the problem with this is that he is fighting and spraying like a tom cat. I can't understand as he has been fixed since a kitten. I love him to death and he is just beautiful when he is happy but I can only take so much. :(

Apr 02, 2012
Crazy Siamese NEW
by: Anonymous

I feel for you. I am going through a really hard time at the moment. I think my Siamese Jerry is mentally challenged. When we got him 6 years ago as a 1 year old, he would not leave his basket for 3 months. He would peek out of the laundry for a few minutes each day. Then we made the big mistake of letting him out with our other cats. Well - last month he was caught by the ranger and we nearly lost him. I kept him inside for 1 month and I myself was starting to go mental. He paces around the couch and table (in a figure 8) and meows all the time. He will sleep on the couch for 10 minutes and then he will go back to his routine of pacing the kitchen. I put him during the day in the cat enclosure and he does the same thing. I think my neighbours are going to complain soon. I feel so sorry for my Ragdoll - Tinkerbell as she has had enough of him also. Now I am starting to let him out again as this is the only time he is happy. But the problem with this is that he is fighting and spraying like a tom cat. I can't understand as he has been fixed since a kitten. I love him to death and he is just beautiful when he is happy but I can only take so much. :(

Dec 30, 2011
Sounds a character
by: Rosa

Enjoyed reading your blog about your cat, I hope he has now quietened down. My Siamese does very little of that distinctive meowing. I was in hospital for a month 2 years ago and on my return she was very happy to see me but had to go away for 11 days this year and what a performance on my return then. She could be heard all around the area as we turned into the drive way. It was a great greeting!

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