I started noticing that whenever I sneeze, Luna meows at me. Not a loud angry or inquisitive meow, more of a quiet, pathetic-sounding, warbling sort of meow. Almost under her breath, and really quiet! Well this really freaked me out the other night. She was in her "igloo" covered bed, asleep, when I sneezed about 3 times in a row. Right afterward, I heard what sounded like a faint meow. I looked in her bed, and she was curled up in the fetal position, half upside-down, with her eyes completely shut. Weird, I thought. It must not have been her that I heard. I sneezed again, and I heard the meow again... it definitely came from her, WHILE SHE WAS SLEEPING! The odd thing is that my wife sneezes much more often than I do, yet Luna doesn't react to that all. My wife now feels like Luna doesn't like her as much as she does me, and is a bit jealous. :mrgreen: So I searched on Google for "cat meows when I sneeze" and I came across several other mentions of this phenomenon. Including these: Aside from thinking that you all would get a kick out of this, I was wondering if your cats meow when you sneeze, and if you have any idea as to why some cats seem to react this way. Could it be that they are concerned because they think we're hissing at something? A sneeze sort of has a hissing sound, in a way, I guess. Or do they just not like the sudden loud sound? Looking forward to your thoughts!