You may have heard of Robert Redford’s award winning film, “horse whisperer”, but have you ever heard of the cat whisperer? It is none other than this boy from Pickerington, Ohio, who seems to possess special powers.
He can talk to cats. Or at least his pet cat.
It’s one of those moments that you have to see to believe!
The funny incident occurred last fall, when the boy’s parents put him to sleep- or at least that’s what they thought he was going to do.
“We had just put our 18-month-old son down to sleep for the night, and shut the door to his room, or so we thought. Our cat pushed the door open to say “goodnight” as well,” the toddler’s parents said.
Mom and dad thought that their kid was ready to sleep, but they were surprised to hear noise from the baby monitor. They looked at the screen and saw the cat having a little chat with their boy.
The cat first approaches the crib and looks to be saying “goodnight” to the little one. However, the toddler doesn’t feel like sleeping. He’d much rather have a chat with his feline friend. The cat doesn’t want to let him down so she moves closer to him. The boy can be heard “meowing” clearly.
Then the kitty decides that the distance between them is too much, so she jumps on the chair beside the crib, so she can have a better view of him and he can have a better view of her too.
They go on chatting casually as if this is perfectly normal.
Unfortunately, the parents decided to remove the cat from their son’s bedroom so he could sleep without any further distractions, but that sounds a little unfair, doesn’t it? All they wanted was to have a little talk.[/imgsrc]
Cats do try to communicate with us through their meowing.
Feline behavior counselor, Adi Hovav, has suggested that,
“The meow is something felines have learned to do when training… I mean interacting with people.”
What experts have also been able to decipher is the messages cats want to send, and how that relates to their meowing. It seems that a quick meow is a greeting, while a drawn-out meow is a demand for something. Low-pitch meows equal complaints and high-pitch meows mean your cat is angry or in pain.
Now listen to this kitty. It’s a short meow at first, so that must be a “hello”, and then it goes on with multiple meows. Curious to know what that means? Well, it could actually mean that the cat is excited to see the boy. The boy meows back, so obviously, they’re happy to see each other.
The video has been viewed more than 2.3 million times. I’m willing to bet most of you just went to your cats and tried to converse with them. So what did they say?
Watch the video of the super cute pair below and we bet they’ll make your day as they did with ours!
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