Cats often meow to say hello, when they want to eat, to go outside the house, or, when they want their owners to pet them.
However, there are certain breeds famous for being talkative. Find out in this article the 9 most vocal cat breeds.
The 9 Most Vocal Cat Breeds
The most notable characteristic of The American Bobtail is its bobbed tail which is one-third to one-half the length of a normal cat’s tail. This characteristic is a genetic mutation affecting tail development.
This cat breed is playful, social, and moderately energetic, and they will ask for the attention they want by meowing or just by hopping into laps.
Main Coons are loyal to their family, have a sweet nature, and are playful and friendly.
- They are also very vocal cats.
- These cats frequently yowl, howl, trill, chirp, and make other loud vocalizations.
Siamese is usually a very affectionate and intelligent cat and enjoys being with people.
Siamese is an extremely vocal and has a loud, low-pitched voice, compared to the cries of a human baby.
Siberian Forest Cat
- This cat breed is loyal, sociable, and confident.
- They purr happily and also squeak and chirp.
Sphynxes are extroverted cats.
They exhibit high energy, intelligence, and affection for their owners.
Sphynxes are very talkative cats, and when it comes to purring, they are definitely the champion.
Tonkinese are intelligent, active, vocal, and usually people-oriented cats.
Their voice is similar in tone to the Burmese, persistent but softer and sweeter than the Siamese, similar to the gentle quacking of a duck.
Turkish Angora cats are playful and intelligent, and they like humans and are very protective of their owners.
Turkish angoras are energetic and like to climb, this could include tops of doors, refrigerators, bookshelves, and other furniture.