Cats, known for their independence, may not always respond overtly, but they do pay attention to the sound of their names.
Experts suggest that cats can distinguish the sound of their names through vocal recognition.
Cats may choose when to respond to their names based on their mood or the situation.
Through associative learning, cats can link the sound of their names with specific positive or negative experiences.
While cats may not vocalize a response, they often display subtle body language cues, such as ear movements or a twitch of the tail, indicating their awareness of the call.
Experts highlight that environmental factors, such as noise levels and distractions, can influence a cat's responsiveness.
Building a strong name association takes time and patience. Consistent use of their name in positive contexts, coupled with understanding their unique responses.