She said Dr. Hanen Abdel Rahman, Growling, hissing, and spitting indicate that your cat is annoyed, frightened, angry, or defensive. They yowl or howl is a long, drawn-out meow with a few possible meanings: your cat is scared, in pain, looking for a mate, or has captured prey. But sounds are only part of the story.
If you have a cat companion you may be familiar with this sound: a low sustained noise that resembles something between a growl and a scream. Yowling, as it’s known, is, like many noises that they make, a form of cat communication, and is used to express messages to both humans and other felines.
Sometimes, screaming can be an indication that your cat is ready to undergo the miracle of a cat’s birth, allowing male cats, you, and possibly all neighbors to know it, loudly and repeatedly, in the early hours of the morning. Although we know that a cat owl is definitely their way of saying something, trying to understand exactly what they are trying to deliver will require you to think about some additional details, such as the environment and public health.
Understanding the language of a cat Yowls
Like people, cats communicate with each other in several ways. Body language is one of the most common means of conveying their needs, desires, and warnings to those around them. Physical behaviors such as flat on their ears flat on their heads as a warning to others that they feel defensive are common, as is the case with a straight tail that points to the sky at the moment of happiness, is more and easier to recognize the signals we get from cats. In addition to using their bodies to share messages, cats also use voice communication to express themselves, as each meow, tweet, fluff, and howl mean something unique to their own.
According to Dr. Hanen Abdel Rahman, cat singing can be categorized into three main categories: contentment, resentment, and attention. Possibly satisfied cat voices are very familiar to many – low and soft purring while rubbing a soft blanket or enjoying beautiful scratching behind the ears of their favorite person. The gossip’s sound while focusing on something interesting, such as a bird floating above a feeder on the other side of the window, indicates excitement. Instead, the sounds of unhappy cats are completely different, and we hope it will be easier for most people to recognize, as it can be used as a warning. Hissing, wasting, and even some meow (usually combined with defensive or irritating body language, such as a tail jitter) usually means “keep a distance or something else”.
Then, there is a seemingly random set of tweeters, water, and gossips that cats met more specific needs. In general, cats tweet when you want to follow. This is something that mother cats do to refer to their kittens to follow, a trait some of which continues in adult life, and is usually used to allow their loyal human counterpart they need to follow them in the kitchen and prepare them for a snack to enjoy. Meow is the most common cat’s voice, which is the expression of any number of things, from “hello” to “I need food.” Understanding these terms will depend on your cat, and can usually be discovered over time by seeing when and where it expresses itself this way.