For Your Kitten
1. Your Kitten Could Prefer A Different Type Of Vocalization
It’s possible that instead of the traditional meow sound, your kitten prefers making a chirp, trill, or some variation that doesn’t sound like the normal meow.
2. They Could Just Be Naturally Quiet
Just as there are some kittens that prefer to chirp or trill instead of meow, there are others that may simply be quieter than others. In many cases, this is simply a result of their personality.
3. Your Kitten Could Have Learned To Not Meow
It could be that your kitten was taught to not meow by a previous owner or experience. Or if the kitten is punished every time they meow, they’ll give up the behavior altogether.
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