Cats Meowing Loudly At Each Other. They use some squeaks, meows, hisses, and purrs to communicate with each other. Of course, the amount of meowing varies by breed and even cat.
They use some squeaks, meows, hisses, and purrs to communicate with each other. We know that cats are capable of making a huge variety of noises. A lot of people like to joke that cats see us as servants.
Domestic cats that have been around humans for a long time may occasionally meow at each other, but this is usually in the presence of humans and is never their primary means of communication.
Even if the goal is for the two cats to play with each other, you are still very much part of the equation. So it is probably that. Meowing is primarily a vocalization reserving for communication between mothers and their kittens. “once cats have been successfully introduced, mutual playtime with both of them can be a great way for them to learn to enjoy each other’s presence, and may even get them started playing with each other,” miller says.