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How to correctly view a cat's barking (non-estrus)

2018-04-05 11:12:35

Cat knowledge

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I have two cats - a male and a female, both spayed and neutered. But more of a squeal (not an estrus squeal), he would beg me for food. Screaming at me to get up. Would be clamoring to see me go downstairs to work. I'll be screaming again when I get back. Female cats seldom meow. Overall, the male cat was talking to me, and I was used to him being noisy.

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I didn't hear the cat in the morning, so I got up and saw him quietly by my bed, with wounds on his body. There's also a cut on his leg. The body takes up some green is a plant. I think I fell down the stairs. I got up at once to wipe his wound. He kept screaming in pain. It was also thanks to a potion that helped him recover. I've been much better since I came back at night

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Now the wound is slowly healing, and continues to scream at me every day. Although it's annoying when he barks, if one day he stops barking. I would be really sad. So please be patient with the cat who likes to bark. She doesn't scream because she trusts you. He's also calling because he trusts you and wants to talk to you. He's like a child. Although I do not understand what you are saying, as long as you say a word, he must say a word, prove that I want to talk to you, I want to be friends with you, because I care about you, care about you. I love you just as much as you did when you risked your family's objections and you already had a cat. The financial implications of having another cat. And willing to take him in like that.

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