0. elliotw2 Registered User. Source(s): Foster mom to orphaned kittens ('bottle momma') and pregnant and new mother kitties for over 5 years for KindredKitties.org---- Proud owner of 3 rescued cats, one of whom is a therapy kitty. I always thought she was just crazy-go-nuts. She is urinating profusely (in the box!) and her eyes are dilated all the time. A cat's pupils can speak volumes about her mood. My 16 year old siamese mix started acting weird a couple of months ago. I would get it checked out. ... My girlfriends family has this one cat that gets the saucer eyes and starts acting all weird like that. It’s estimated that cognitive decline-referred to as feline cognitive dysfunction, or FCD-affects more than 55% of cats aged 11 to 15 years and more than 80% of cats aged 16 to 20 years. Some call it a “berzerker” state. Hi all, My 12-13 y/o kitty, Layla, presented staggering and falling behavior this morning around 11:30 AM (just a few hours ago). My cats don't get crazy on catnip, they get mellllloooowwwwww. In the complex world of feline body language, the widening of the pupils says a lot. As they age, cats often suffer a decline in functioning, including their cognitive functioning. Cats' get those big beautiful eyes when they are in a playful, crazy mood. ... Cats are crazy, I guess. Sometimes she will hold her tail at a weird angle (curved at the base)and walk in circles flicking her feet. So sorry if I scared you, but I do think it's always better to be safe than sorry. She was 100% fine last night at 2AM. If you're frustrated by the fact that you'll never be able to get a handle on your cat's emotions through hearing words out of her mouth, look no farther than her eyes. 815165 on July 2010.
She's only done that a few times. When you say meowing loudly with dilated pupils, is the cat running around or stationary?