Cat noises I love.
The sound of purring when they stick their nose in your ear.
The sound of slight purring, heard coming from the direction of their nose, at a distance — soft and high pitched.
The sound of purring interrupted by washing themselves or eating.
The sound when they stretch and a purr gets mixed into the stretching in the same way humans sigh loudly when we stretch.
Tiny little grumbly sigh noises as they relax, shift around to make themselves comfortable, or sleep.
Any time that purring gets combined with meowing.
All the varieties of purring from one cat to another, and at different frequencies and situations. (Although I don’t really enjoy hearing that loud grating purr they get when they’re in pain, because, pain.) Especially when it sinks into your body and rumbles in there.
That exuberant sound I described as “Mimibar w’rrrrroarowaow!” and coco-beans described as “mmmmmbrrr w’rrrroarowaow”.
That little chattery noise they make when they see prey whose neck they want to bite.
The teeny little sounds they make when they talk in their sleep.
Long drawn-out complicated sounds that have to be some kinds of words.