Why Do Kittens Cry?

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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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