Happy Caturday

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  1. SasjaL says:

    Have seen this behaviour before. It’s the cat’s way of kindly telling: ‘Please stop the noise and focus on me instead! It’s better for all of us.‘. Even though the lady have skills, cats hearing range exceeds not only humans, but also dogs (cats hear sounds roughly up to 64 kHz, dogs 60 kHz and humans somewhere between 10 kHz and 28 kHz depending on age). That means even though an instrument may sound perfect in our ears, it may sound horrible to cats (and dogs), due to ‘bonus’ frequences, that may not be in harmony.

    I can sort of relate to that, as I have impaired hearing, where I only can hear frequences almost up to upper end of the voice range with my left ear. That means that I have difficulties when people with high pitched voices talk when they are located to the left of me. If it’s something interesting or important, I turn myself so I can listen with my right ear. If not, I keep my position … 😉 Noise with random high pitches can actually sometimes cause me pain in my [inner] ear. The reason to my situation is unknown, as I suddenly in an environment, quite quiet, ten years ago got ‘sudden deafness’, but it affected only the left ear. The right is ok. I got it partially back within a week. Today, I’m at a point where I can hear cymbals, but only if I use earphones to block out other sounds. I’ve noticed that even though I’ve always picked up low frequencies easily, it’s even easier now with my left ear. That’s useful at my work.

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  2. Corrie.S.P. says:

    He did not care about the music. Just wanted the love😍😂

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  3. egorr says:

    Fingering is difficult when there’s a furry belly in the way. Scat, cat!

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  4. Rosemary B says:

    well, she has that first part of Chopin’s Fantasy impromptu down pat. Every time the kitty jumps up and she puts him down she needs to continue on 🎶🤓😆🎶

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