Siamese cats are the most talkative chatty kitties on the planet. They have a range of tones and are considered to be the noisiest and most demanding talkative cats. They are able to mimic the cry of a human baby with his high-volume vocals.
This national cat of Russia has been described as a cross between a ballerina and a linebacker because of his deft agility and his mountain of muscles. This cat can reach a weight of 20 pounds and still gracefully leap onto the top of your refrigerator without making a loud thump. Siberians loves to talk, following around his favourite people and soar in the air for a toy mouse.
The Burmese puts a capital “C” in clingy and chatty. This feline enjoys cuddling, cooing, meowing and sitting on your paperwork to ensure you give him attention. Whatever room you are in, you can bet your Burmese is there with you.
4. Maine Coon
Nicknamed the “Gentle Giant,” the Maine Coon is quite talkative to his favourite people. But his vocals are not thunderous meows but more like melodic chirps and trills. It’s almost as if the Maine Coon speaks in questions, with the inflection rising at the end of each trill that we have in our own speech.
This cat loves to talk, talk, talk. The Tonkinese also unleashes a powerful purr. He has been described as part puppy and part monkey because of his playful loyalty and acrobatic skills. Yes, this cat will play fetch and even an indoor game of tag, and he can’t wait to rush to the front door to greet visitors and welcome them with plenty of chatter. It’s hard not to fall in love with this confident cat who sports a trim, muscular physique and a short, silky coat that comes in five colors.