Some cats are just chatty and loud. Let’s say they love a more vocal kind of communication and we listed the most vocal cat breeds for you.
All cats are excellent communicators, the difference just lies in the way they choose to communicate. While some cats like to communicate silently (with just a look or a touch), others just prefer a more vocal approach. If you like the silent Godfather type cats, these breeds are not for you because these are the most vocal cat breeds of all.
They are beautiful, cute, smart and loud. They are like the neighbor who just doesn’t let you go when you are in a rush. They are CHATTY! Although some people may find this nature of theirs annoying, it is purrfect for people who can’t stand a silent home and turn on TV just to hear a sound when there is nobody around.
1 – Siamese
The famous Siamese cats are not only known for their good looks but also their craving for attention and their loud nature. These extremely intelligent cats generally start “talking” when they wake up and can go all day long if they don’t get the attention they want or their desires fulfilled.
They have quite a cat voice repertoire and can even produce a sound like a human baby crying. Most people living with Siamese cats love “chatting” with them but sometimes they can get a bit too much. I must add though, they are extremely clever cats and can be trained to meow less. Just try to keep them busy with toys or even better let them live with another cat friend because they are a very social breed.
2 – Bengal
Bengal cats are just like watchdogs of the cat world. They will meow to any stranger coming close to the place they live in. They are also a loud breed so they are like an early warning system for visitors. This curios, confident and talkative cat breed loves to play and exercise so having a few toys or cat puzzles around might be a good idea to decrease the number of meows.
Bengal cats may look like wild cats because of the pattern of their fur but they can not be any more friendly. They are also very intelligent and playful. These wild looking cuties are the only domestic breed with rosettes that look like the markings of leopards.
3 – Turkish Van Cat or Van Kedisi
Although there are two types of Van cats in the world which are the Turkish Van cat and Van Kedisi, the Turkish Van cat was developed in U.K. after 1950s from two half-breed Van Kedisi and Van Kedisi is an ancient natural breed. They originate from the Lake Van Region in Turkey and LOVE to play with water and are excellent swimmers that’s why they are also called the swimmer cats. These little cute swimmers may have blue, amber or odd eyes (one blue and one amber).
Van cats or Van Kedisi are one of the most talkative cat breeds of all. Their voice is somewhat melodic and unlike some other breeds, they don’t want to keep you awake at night ruining your sleep because they love to snuggle up in the bed with you. They are easy-going cats with a royal look.
4 – Sphynx
The Sphynx cats may look cold to some people but this can not be further than the truth. They are loving animals with social needs. They are warm and affectionate just like other hairless breeds. They don’t just want to live together in the family, they want to be a part of their owner’s lives. If you leave a Sphynx alone for a few hours, you may expect a long chat when you arrive home.
The Sphynx are very consistent with their vocalization and if you don’t give them the attention they crave for, you may not be able to keep them quite.
5 – Peterbald
These Russian cats were created in 1994 in St. Petersburg, Russia and they became one of the all time favorite cat breeds. Their warm nature, elegant looks, low grooming needs, dog-like behaviors and easy-going nature with all humans and animals made them a favorite breed all around the world.
Peterbalds are athletic, playful and intelligent cats. They can spend time alone but after all those lonely hours they will make up for the silent time by chatting with their owners and when I say chat what I mean is more like a monologue.
Do you have one of these breeds or a chatty cat? Why not share your little friend’s adventures in the comments below?
Have a purrderful day!