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Hey Tri-State! I wanted to first thank everyone for all the support over the last few years. Working at WAYZ has been an awesome experience and it is mainly because of you. A little about me? Well, I am from Reading, Pa and went to York College to earn my degree in Speech Communication. I am in a sorority, Delta Phi Epsilon, and my sisters have had a huge impact on my life. I have great friends and an even better family. My younger brother David is my best friend and I am so blessed to have such a great sibling. I rescued a 3 legged cat, named Uno, who makes me smile everyday. I have always been a very upbeat, annoying girl who always has a smile on her face. Lastly, I couldn’t imagine working so closely with anyone other than Tiny. Tiny has become one of my greatest friends and I am so glad we got paired up to try and make your mornings a little brighter!  I have always loved radio and microphones and I am so lucky that now I get paid to talk on one. It’s fantastic! Feel free to email me katy@wayz.com at anytime with requests, stories…anything! Thanks again for making my job the best job in the world.


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Cat Language

by Katy posted Apr 26 2013 9:46AM
Understand your cat...

 If you've ever wondered what your cat is thinking, this might help a little bit. Here's what it typically means when a cat meows, purrs, or makes any other noise that cats like making.

1. Meowing. It can mean a lot of things, including that they're happy, angry, hungry, or just want attention.

 And it's strictly a PEOPLE thing. When they're kittens, they sometimes meow to their mothers. But after that, it's all about people, and they almost never meow unless there's a HUMAN in the room.

 2. Purring. Sometimes they do it when they feel threatened or afraid, not just happy. And experts have also noticed cats sometimes purr when they're recovering from an injury.

 That could be because sound frequencies in the same range as purring . . . which is between 25 and 150 Hertz . . . have been shown to improve bone density and promote healing.

 3. Trilling. Which is kind of like a cross between a meow and a purr. Mother cats do it as a way of telling their kittens to follow them. Adult cats sometimes use it as a way of communicating with each other.

 And some cats do it if they want you to follow them somewhere . . . like to an empty water bowl.

 4. Chattering. It also sounds like a cross between a meow and a purr, but they do it with their mouth open. And it means they're either excited about something or frustrated.

 For example, a lot of cats do it when they're looking out a window and see a bird they can't get to.

 5. Hissing or Growling. They do it to humans, other cats, or other animals, and it usually means their afraid, angry, or being territorial. Which you probably figured out already.

 6. Caterwauling. Which is a howling or wailing sound that female cats make. If your cat is fixed, she probably doesn't do it though, because it's their way of letting everyone know they're in heat.

04/26/2013 9:46AM
Cat Language
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