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My Caesar and Cleo are very different in personalities. I think it's because they are different gender.

Caesar is such a boy kitty. :D He plays rough (but always gentle with me. Tries hard not to scratch or bite me hard). He meow is loud and which used to be deeper before he was neutered. He's much bigger then Cleo and is very talkative. He also listens very well. I can call him from the other room and he'll come rite away.

Now Cleo is super girly. She is so gentle in everything she does from eating to playing to sleeping. Always the girl. :lol: She meow in an almost whisper and you might even miss her meow if you weren't paying attention. I know she knows I'm calling her by the changing of her ear but only comes to me if I'm persistent, or when she wants to, or if we make eye contact.

So my question is, are male and female kitties this different?
 

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lol, your story is funny. I think you do see some gender-specific behaviors, even though of course they're all individuals. My boy kitties enjoy playing rougher with each other than my females, too. They are also more vocal.
 

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LOL I love both male and female cats. Having 4 boys and 4 girls at one time, I've found that the females are more "catty." They love us but not so much each other, whereas the boys love us AND hang out together. I do have one female, though, that I refer to as my "tomboy." She has no problem hanging with the boys when she wants too! :D
 

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Thanks for your replies. I've also noticed something else. I've noticed that my girl is softer and eat a lot less than my boy. :lol: They are so different.

Are boy usually more talkative?
 

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Are boy usually more talkative?
From my experience, yes. And they are BIG eaters! Once the food is ready, they rush to their bowl to gobble it up. The females are different, they take their time, preen themselves nice and clean, rub themselves on our legs in appreciation, then proceed nibble the food, cleaning themselves thoroughly afterward. Oh and the boys are usually the ones howling for food if their tummies are a'rumblin', whereas the girls hardly find the need to beg. They wait patiently, and act as if they don't care.
 

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You got it right one the dot. My boy and girl are exactly the way you discribe it. That is so cool! (((=
 

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I find this post quite amusing.

My cats Twinkie (boy) and Sugar (girl) are sooooo opposite, down to how they use the litterbox. Its hard for me to name one thing so alike about them. The thing is, with my cats, they are opposite of the norm. Twinkie acts like a girl, lets Sugar do all the meowing when hungry, clean in the litterbox, and is afraid of strangers.

Sugar is not very lady like sometimes, always posing for ppl, cleans all the time though, runs around like a madman and growls when she hears someone at the door.

I love my babies though, I can go on and on about how opposite they are! :lol:
 
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