Have you ever wanted to communicate with your cat? What if your cat could actually talk to you? Wouldnâ€™t that be just the cats meow? We thought it would too.
At the very least getting your cat to talk could be a fun trick to show your friends. At best it would be a new way to connect with your cat on a daily basis.
Jade always has lots to say.
We searched around the net and found some great info and help online to help you in getting started teaching your cat to talk. Iâ€™m sure by now youâ€™ve probably seen all the talking cat videos going around.
Here is our collection of top links that offer some insight, info and help in teaching your cat to talk! Who knows, your cat may be the next online video star.
You can teach your cat to speak by holding some food infront of it and say something like “speak” or “talk” until the cat meows, then give it the food. Eventually you may be able to get it to drop the ending of its meow and say “meâ€¦
Teaching Your Cat Tricks
“I don’t believe you. A cat can’t talk.” My good friend was laughing at me so I invited him over to my house to see for himself.
How to Communicate With Your Cat
Scientists have discovered that cats have developed an elaborate communication system mostly based around scent, touch, facial expressions, vocalizations, and body language.
Your Talkative Cat (pdf)
Vocalizing is one way for your cat to communicate with you and with other animals. Some cats â€œtalkâ€ more than others, but most cats do make noise some of the time.
Communicating with Your Cat
You and your cat may speak different languages, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t communicate with each other.
Cat vocalizations – talking cats – excessive meowing
Cats produce various types of vocalizations. These range from the common meow, to cat calls, to hissing etc. When cats meow several times in a row or for an extended period we humans call that talking.
Mildred Moelkâ€™s studies provided some basis for what many cat-owned people have always believed. Cats can talk.
Clicker training helps you interact with your cat ways you never thought possible.
Let us know how things go with your Cat Talk training. If you know of any other good sources of info, send them along and we’ll add them to the list.