People From 70 Different Countries Describe What Dogs And Cats Sound Like

March 22, 2018


This is the latest episode of Condé Nast Traveler's Many People from Many Countries Say Things starring people from 70 different countries making dog and cat noises (previously: sneezing around the world and how to say the 'Bless You' equivalent). I would say about half of the countries go 'woof woof' for dogs and 'meow' for cats, and I found the exceptions a little surprising. I also found out how weird it is to hear so many people say 'meow' in a row, and I'm worried a handful of these folks would try petting a wolf.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Christina D, who was really hoping to hear at least one moo. And to K Diddie, who was really hoping to hear at least one K Diddie, because you just never know.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I can't watch these kinds of videos. To quote Professor Farnsworth "All this multiculturalism is angrying up my blood"

  • Ijustsharted


  • GeneralDisorder

    Nah. I don't vote for morons. I only vote for criminals.

  • Ijustsharted

    Have any of you people even seen a chicken before?

  • Adam Von Helmholtz
  • dycantos

    Yes Killed, plucked and cleaned too.

  • Sandy Dmyterko

    There were more variations in different languages to the sound of cats purring when Amy sang Soft Kitty on the Big Bang Theory.

  • Brent Turcotte

    if your dog goes bakda it may be broken

  • WhiteEagle2

    Interesting the Meow seems to be more agreed upon than woof. Some of those dog sounds were closer to robots than dogs.

  • Munihausen

    Not bad, everyone else.

  • Bling Nye


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