Skip to comments.People on Instagram Are Ditching Their Musical Instruments to Play Their Cat [videos]
Posted on 04/19/2014 12:19:24 AM PDT by Slings and Arrows
Here is the best of #CatBand on Instagram. I'm not sure I want to live on this planet anymore...
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Would love to watch but the website launches commercials with sound that override any sound from videos.
Couldn’t find and stop the offending link so had to shut it down.
The site didn’t do that to me.
Thought this was one of their best.
I remember making a joke in Spanish class about whether you should use "jugar" or "tocar" when you are talking about playing with your pet. I said you could use "tocar" if they were well tuned and pretended to "play" some cats from bass to soprano.
I liked the theremin.
Yay, Ranter! E.T. Williams, the Doctor of Common Sense.
There’s an app for that. Add Ghostery to your apps, and the ads go away.
Disconnect (another app) works well too.
Never easy to tune a cat.
Can you tune a cat using tuna fish?
My cat didn’t do well as an instrument, but that boy lo-o-o-o-o-oved to dance. Especially to Fred Astaire songs.
Some really laid back gatos there. Very cute. Probably liked keyboard the best.
How’d you get the little tap shoes on him?
Teh Intarwebs haz a long history of keyboard cats.
Tap shoes? LOL
He danced in my arms like a regular guy, except he curled up under my neck. His name was LUcky. I can’t get my current kittie to dance or curl like that, or enjoy it when he does. Lucky really and truly LOVED to dance with me, all over the house.
Ms. Veto AKA Ginger Rogers
You were Lucky to have him.
That is true. Somehow this cat and his white feets in the air as he halfheartedly resists being played is especially cute.
Meh. They have too many videos linked to one page.
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