Oh yes, 2 of the 3. Boo talks when he wants something fixed like the bubbler plugged back in his water dish, when he wants tortilla chips from the pantry (not a habit to receive though, can't possbly be healthy), when he can hear birds but not see them, when he wants attention.
Zonka's the other talker, and I swear he just likes the sound of his voice. Up until this current freak out, he would walk around the house purring so loudly that you could hear him coming. He whines when he wants to play fetch, when he wants attention, when he wants the other cats to pay attention, when he's not happy about something like driving in the car, when a cat has been accidently shut into a room. In fact, he's the seeker cat. If another cat is missing, it's just a matter of time before he's sniffed him out and will sit patiently whining until the thumbed-creatures open the door.
Foozle is abnormally quiet. You can only get him to purr by literally flipping him out in your arms and tickling his chin and chest like you'd be saying 'goochy goo' to a baby. He'll also growl when he's stolen a milk carton ring, but he only growls to get the other cats interested. If they don't get jealous about his treasure, he leaves it on the floor and looks for something else. "It's mine, you can't have it."
Boo & Foozle, nap buddies