Why Do Cats Cry like Babies?

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Cats cry like babies when they want to get your attention because they need something. Cats use their pleading, baby cry to communicate with you that they have a need that isn't being met. If your cat is out of water, food, or feels that their litter box isn't clean enough they will cry to get you to notice they are in need. Cats will also cry if they are bored, can't get into a room, or they just need some love and affection.
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