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My cat is about 14 years old, he's still is healthy, go outside, run after thing, etc. He learned how to meow at about 8 years old because my ex-boyfriend taught him (basically he was alway meowing at the cat who got tired and learned how to respond) but he didn't do it every often, just when he'd get stuck somewhere with a door closed or if he wanted to go outside. Recently (since last week in fact) he started meowing for no apparent reason. he don't scratch to enter, he just go MEOW. and it's his last resort meow, really loud one.
Right now I have two possibility:
#1 He's hungry (I alway make sure that his bowl is full, but my parents don't because they say he puke. he doesn't do anymore.) because I haven't been home a lot.
#2 He's getting deaf (that would explain the meowing really loud) I read that on a forum while checking what could cause sudden meowing
he's sleeping right now so I haven't been able to test his hearing. But if it does look like he is losing his hearing, is there anything I can do?