This Cat Translator App Can Identify What Your Cat’s Meow Means


MeowTalk has been available to download since Nov. 2020 but recently has become increasingly popular as users want to understand what their cat’s meow means. Unfortunately, cats have often been misunderstood creatures that many don’t completely understand. It’s no doubt that cats are mysterious pets, but often they let their owners know what they want, but they are just being misunderstood.

It may not always seem like it, but pets have always tried communicating with their owners. Some ways animals communicate can include physical, sound-based, chemical, touch or action signals. For example, purrs and hisses are quick indicators of a cat’s feelings. A cat’s body language is one of the main ways to read their thoughts: if a cat has wide eyes, it usually means the cat thinks it’s playtime and its adrenaline is pumping. A cat’s tail can indicate anger when its tail is puffed up; friendliness when its tail is relaxed; uncertainty when its tail is stiff; and love when its tail is slowly wrapped around its side.

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There are many ways cats can communicate with their owners without any words, but now MeowTalk is making it possible to understand what cats are saying when they meow. How the app works, there are nine built-in general intents that the app detects from the cat’s meow. These nine intents include defense, fighting, anger, happiness, hunting, mating, calling, pain, or resting. It’s also possible for the app to learn what specific words each cat knows, which includes the option for the app to recognize when the user’s cat is meowing to ask for food.

The App Is Personalized For Each User

MeowTalk doesn’t just pick up on meow tones to translate. It matches and detects specific cat meows. No two cats share the same meows, so the app is personalized to the owner’s cat specifically. Each cat also knows a different number of words, so whether a cat will speak a lot or not very much is different from cat to cat. This app is especially important because cats primarily use meows to communicate with their owners, while body language and smell are used to communicate with other cats.

This app is a great way to strengthen the bond between the cat and the owner. It can even lead to cats enjoying a longer, healthier, and happier life. MeowTalk is how owners can listen to and better understand their cats. Downloading this app on Android and Apple phones is a step toward owners giving their cats a voice.

Sources: MeowTalk

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