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 Posted: Jul 19th, 2010 03:56 PM
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I was at the water trough today. This place used to be a very active place for me. It has slowed down for some reason. But I did get this cats meow today :) No cats around of course....only me at the recording site (besides many cars driving past). I did amplify this one a little bit. But is not mistakable now. You might notice a slight "echo" with his voice. I don't know if this is my cat (I have asked and he has answered in the past-last year) and I have had another meow that I was surprised to get about a month ago, but that one was pretty ruff to locate-hear (I had not called on my cat that time either). This was recorded on a DR60 digital recorder. Why wouldn't our pets not want to come around ;) He used to play around and chase at me when I would record outside sometimes. So he knows what's up. His nickname was "sphincter" but that wasn't for outside name calling :) I called him Bubbie (used different spellings). He was an Orange/White cat about 2 years old when he was hit by a car. I found him as an abandoned baby (and another that didn't make it) I bottle fed them. Bubbie was a very strong eater....I would sometimes lift him into the air when he was very little as he was latched onto the bottle nipple, and kicking...He would not let go for anything :)

Attachment: kitty cat--maybe mine-evp.wav (Downloaded 290 times)

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 Posted: Aug 4th, 2010 11:21 AM
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It sounds to me like "this was last April".

Debbie:blink:

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 Posted: Aug 4th, 2010 11:27 AM
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Hmmmm, now you know I will have to review this one again tonight... ;)

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 Posted: Aug 4th, 2010 07:00 PM
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Yea.....all I get is a simple "meow". That's the only thing I can find. Thanks for listening :)

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Your welcome!  I listened and can't hear the meow.  Where is it at?  Not that it's important or anything.  Just trying to figure out my ears. Thanks

Debbie

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 Posted: Aug 8th, 2010 02:24 PM
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drrh wrote:
Your welcome!  I listened and can't hear the meow.  Where is it at?  Not that it's important or anything.  Just trying to figure out my ears. Thanks

Debbie
Here is the same file LOOPED.
If you can hear the cat you will hear him 6 times. In the Original file above his voice is around the .50 second mark and is of short duration too.

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 Posted: Aug 8th, 2010 02:24 PM
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drrh wrote:
Your welcome!  I listened and can't hear the meow.  Where is it at?  Not that it's important or anything.  Just trying to figure out my ears. Thanks

Debbie
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drrh wrote:
Your welcome!  I listened and can't hear the meow.  Where is it at?  Not that it's important or anything.  Just trying to figure out my ears. Thanks

Debbie
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Last edited on Aug 8th, 2010 02:26 PM by clockdryve

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 Posted: Aug 8th, 2010 03:11 PM
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Okay, I hear what you are talking about now! Thank you for your trouble!

Debbie

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 Posted: Aug 9th, 2010 08:05 AM
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Wasn't nothing but a thing...your welcome :)

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