Hi, This is a tough one. Let's start with the basics. Meowing usually means she wants your attention. Give it to her...pick her up, pet her, play with her. (Don't give her treats when she bothers you...it just reinforces her behavior...but of course, you can give her a treat or praise when she does something you like or even when she stops crying; even if it's for a minute). My suggestion is to give her a lot of praise and love. Sounds like you love her very much. And if you believe it is psychological and not physical, give her what she is asking you for...she is "talking" to you, all you have to do is listen. If it was your child crying, you'd pick her up. I wouldn't worry yourself about what could be causing this since it sounds like you've thought of everything with no changes in routine as your outcome...Try giving her attention and lots of it and see if her behavior changes.Sudden changes like this usually always have a medical reason. Have her checked up--you can swing the price of a checkup for her.
Have the vet check her hearing too. When ours went deaf at age 15 he was increasingly vocal.
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