10 of the Loudest Cat Breeds You Could Ever Adopt

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Veterinarians agree that some cats are a lot louder than others. It’s not a bad thing, for many, but it can be an interesting and funny thing for some. These are cats that like to make the most of their voices and they like to be heard. They’re fun and interactive, they can have a bit of attitude, and they certainly know what it is that they want to do in their lives. These are cats that are certainly not for the faint of heart. If you’re looking to adopt a cat, you might want to know which breeds, according to vets, are the loudest. It might make or break your decision.

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Bobtail Japenese

Japanese Bobtail

What people love most about this particular breed is that it’s said to bring good luck. For centuries, people have believed that owing a cat like this would immediately bring about good fortune and happiness, and it’s worked very well for many. In fact, you might feel that this cat is worth the opera singing you will enjoy when you have it in your home. It’s loud, it’s a fan of its own voice, and it’s a cat only a mother could love.

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maine coon

Maine Coon

It’s one of the biggest cats around, and it’s a very gentle animal. Known for being very talkative to the people it loves, it can be a very quiet cat around others. And it might surprise you because of its size, but this is not a powerfully loud cat. In fact, it’s one that’s actually just a little bit quiet. It has a very lovely, very pretty voice that makes it sound like a bit of a melody rather than a ferocious animal.

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siberian

Siberian

This is another large cat, a lot like the Maine Coon, who loves to talk. It’s a very chatty cat that will follow you around the house and carry on a virtual conversation with you, whether you want to hear it or not. And we’re not entirely sure, but this is a breed we think might be telling you in no uncertain terms how you can improve his or her life, diet and affection time with you. It’s a fun cat, but it will talk your ears off.

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tonkinese

Tonkinese

This is a breed that people fall in love with in seconds, and they don’t even care that it’s a bit loud. This cat is so much fun that people think it’s a puppy. It likes to fetch, play outdoors and enjoy life to its fullest, and that’s a lot of fun. It’s also a talker. This is a cat that likes to be heard and it likes for people to notice it, so it does what it can to talk above the crowd. It also has a very powerful purr, so you’ll enjoy that as well.

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siamese

Siamese

If you don’t love the sound of a crying baby, you will not love the sound of this cat. While certainly a beautiful cat, this is a breed that will make you completely and utterly crazy if you can’t stand the sound of a baby crying. Our best advice is not to get one if you have a new baby in the house or if you just got out of the baby stage. In fact, you might not even want one if you are expecting a baby in the near future.

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burmese

Burmese

So you are busy; the Burmese does not care. You are going to see that this cat wants to be on top of everything you do – literally. Working on paperwork in your office? This is a cat that’s not really in the mood for your shenanigans. It’s going to sit down right on top of your paperwork and meow until you decide that what it has to say is more important than what you are doing. And it won’t take very long.

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sphynx

Sphynx

He’s bald and kind of scary looking until you get to know him. And that’s when you will decide that this breed is one of the most amazing you’ve ever known. The Sphynx is a cat that you just can’t help but fall madly in love with, and it will tell you it loves you, too. This is a talkative cat with a lot to say and a lot on its mind. It loves people and conversation, and it loves to be around those it loves most.

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turkish angora

Turkish Angora

Happy and friendly, this cat is one that was once considered a very royal cat by some very famous royal families in centuries long past. Pretty and perfect, it’s a cat that knows people love it. It loves social gatherings, unlike other cats, and you will find that it does its very best to make its way through the room in an effort to greet all of your guests and all the people who come to your party. This cat will steal the show, tell long stories and delight those who come into contact with it for any length of time.

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oriental cat

Oriental

This cat isn’t loud in that it likes to talk your ear off. It’s loud in that it has a thing for purring. You make this cat happy and it’s suddenly going to sound like there’s a large vehicle in your living room. The good news is that you know your cat is happy and that you’re doing things the right way. We appreciate the love this cat has for its people and what makes it happy; if only people could show the same affection.

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singapura

Singapura

With an name that has both sing and purr in it, it’s only natural that this cat would be a loud one. It’s a small cat with a big mouth, and it’s really cute. With its incredibly bold eyes and its adorable face, it is difficult not to fall madly in love with this cat, especially when it is telling you all about its busy day. It’s a cat that has so much to say you might wonder if it is ever going to stop talking. The answer is probably not.

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