Why Do Kittens Cry?

Answer

Kittens would cry for many including if they are hungry, cold, scared, illness, attention seeking since acts do not like being alone, stress due to being new to a home, an illness or loss of a love one. The amount of crying or meowing varies by breed. Oriental breeds especially the Siamese being the great talkers.
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Kittens cry because they are cold, hot, tired, hungry, scared, or yes, sometimes
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Babies make many different kinds of sounds while they are sound asleep. Babies can gurgle, grunt, coo, fuss and even cry while still remaining asleep. Some throat rattling and nose
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It came from a litter of other kittens meaning loads of company. Try offering it a stuffed toy, an old fashioned ticking alarm clock in a ruffled up soft old blanket. Its lonely.
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