Why does my cat meow when i pick her up



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Why does my cat meow when i pick her up?

My cat has been meowing when i pick her up for about 6 months now. I've also noticed her meowing if i hold her in my arms while she is trying to climb up my arm. When i have her in my lap, she meows if i move her head around. I thought maybe i was just imagining it but then my friends that i know about it says she does it to them too.

i know a few dogs that meow when you pick them up because their heads will be so heavy that they wont be able to control their muscles when they try to lift their head out of your arms. i think it is the same with cats. i have a cat that has done this to me too. she meows because the head is really heavy. i think if you are careful not to move it you wont hurt it. try not to move it up and down or side to side.

I'd be tempted to think maybe it's something similar to a cat that has her head stuck in a carrier, but she hasn't been that way long. She's more of an old lady cat. She's 13 now.

It's usually easier to do this if you're on your back.

But as with any new behavior - it's possible she's just doing it because she's trying to attract attention to something. But it could also be a symptom of something else.

When i hold her in my arms she usually doesn't do it. She was meowing when i sat on the couch and she was jumping all over my feet but only meowing. i thought maybe she wanted to play with my feet, but no i tried to pick her up and i could feel her body trying to lift but it didn't.

It's a pretty normal thing for some animals to do, in the early stages. My dog does it. She'd also cry and make a noise when I was carrying her around in my arms. As soon as she could walk, she stopped it.

When she meowed when I was carrying her in my arms, I'd just go about my day. My parents noticed it right away and we figured out the problem.

When I was holding her she wasn't doing it because she couldn't get enough air through her nose. Her nose would be stuffed up, so she couldn't take in enough air to keep her from breathing problems. She had to get to the vet to have the congestion cleared out so she could get enough air. It wasn't until that point that she was comfortable enough to meow.

A very common reason for this to happen is that your cat is not getting enough air, and so she is meowing because of that. This is often due to a respiratory problem. This is a common problem in the winter for the cat, and may be due to poor air flow in the house, or a blocked nose. Some cats also may have a blockage in their nasal passages.

It is quite normal for cats to meow when their head is held up, as it is heavier than a human's. However, the problem with a cat meowing when they are being carried is that there is no one to hear them. It's not that unusual for a cat to meow when they don't know the person is holding them. However, this becomes much more likely to happen if they do not see the person that is holding them.

When my cat did this, I was carrying him through the house, and he had his head in my arms. My mom would pick him up and set him down, and he would sit and look at her as if to say "Where is he?" (that is what he looks like when I hold him.) I'm quite sure he did not know me, and I was the only one who was carrying him. I don't know if this was just a new behavior that he learned, or if he always did this, but it has stopped now that he is very familiar with me.

So, this is just a symptom of a larger problem, but it's important to get to the root of the problem.

You can do some research on this topic and try to determine whether there is a medical cause for your cat to be meowing when he is being held up.

I also have a dog that does this, although she's only a young puppy and is pretty new to all of this. When we carry her, she goes through stages where she won't be sure whether we're still carrying her, or whether we've dropped her somewhere else.

I would not worry if it seems like your cat is meowing to show you that she's still around.

However, if you're concerned that this may be a symptom of a larger problem, you may want to visit your vet. Your vet can run some blood tests and make sure there's nothing wrong with the health of your cat, and also give you some suggestions of things to try if there's a medical problem.

So, this is just a symptom of a larger problem, but it's important to get to the root of the problem.

You can do some research on this topic and try to determine whether there is a medical cause for your cat to be meowing when he is being held up.

I also have a dog that does this, although she's only a young puppy and is pretty new to all of this. When we carry her, she goes through stages where she won't be sure whether we're still carrying her, or whether we've dropped her somewhere else.

I would not worry if it seems like your cat is meowing to show you that she's still around.

However, if you're concerned that this may be a symptom of a larger problem, you may want to visit your vet. Your vet can run some blood tests and make sure there's nothing wrong with the health of your cat, and also give you some suggestions of things to try if there's a medical problem.

Thanks. I already thought it was possible that she was meowing just so i would notice that she was around and that her head was heavier than she had before



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