Meowing excessively may indicate disease or suffering. Cats may be more loud when sick to express their distress
As habitual creatures, cats meow loudly when hungry or thirsty. Adjust your cat's food schedule or provide new water if their meowing increases
Because cats are gregarious, prolonged seclusion might increase meowing. If you're often away or have a lone cat, it may be meowing for company.
Excessive meowing may indicate medical issues. Dental difficulties, urinary tract infections, and arthritis might make cats meow more
When agitated or anxious about new things, routines, or pets, cats can meow excessively. Moving or renovating may increase vocalization to cope with the unfamiliar.
Cats may modify their voice patterns with age. Cognitive decline or arthritis may make older cats meow more.