I believe your cat is grieving with you over his close friend's passing. You can try to help him by easing the pain as you have been doing, but it won't happen overnight. The reason he is doing the crying at night maybe because he slept with her, is now missing the closeness and is calling for her.
Our cat has been meowing constantly to be fed. We feed him and 5 minutes later he is meowing again. The thing that concerns me most is that he started to take swipes at my husband, oldest daughter and I for no reason. We could simply walk into the kitchen and he would swipe at our legs. He has also, on a few occasions, hissed for no reason. Is this just a getting older type of behavior?
My cat has recently started sleeping in my husband's mother's room, she lets the cat in even though we've asked her not to do so. My husband and I recently got a kitten, and my older cat hasn't quite warmed up to her yet. But I don't like my older cat sleeping in my Mother-in-law's room or waiting outside her door to be let in. Because I feel betrayed by my cat. What can I do to make her more comfortable?
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