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RE: meowing kitty...stranger than it sounds

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Posted by: PHMadameAlto at Wed Nov 5 21:45:52 2003  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHMadameAlto ]  
   

Has Gizmo been spayed? I can't remember for sure, but I think yes. Anyhow, if she hasn't she might just be in heat. That causes a lot of talking.

Watch her carefully the next few days - is she "worrying" one place on her body? That could means something hurts. Is she peeing and pooping normally? Is she sleeping more or less than usual? Have there been any outside cats visiting? Any other changes.

Watch for symptoms of feline illness - lethargy, lack of appetite, drinking too much or too little, changes in bowel or bladder habits. If these occur check with the vet ASAP.

If she still seems abnormally chatty after a couple of weeks and you can't seem to find a cause (change in her environment most likely) you should also check with a vet.

Good luck!
Heres' hoping she just wants to talk.

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