Two Red Cats 18 – Italian music

Vitali was, evidently, a very demanding cat: when we were in the car, he listened calmly all the Italian music, and for some reason incomprehensible he began to meow anytime started a song in a foreign language …
 And your cats? What kind of music they like to listen?

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13 thoughts on “Two Red Cats 18 – Italian music

  1. sledpress says:

    I love his little smile when the Italian songs come back on! My cats are indifferent to music but I used to have a Maine Coon who would attack my ankles whenever I sang in chest voice.

    • FuriaAndMimma says:

      Thanks! He really had that expression on his little face <3
      Oh, the tastes! We never encountered a cat totally indifferent to music, but we guess there are any kind of felines in this world!

  2. Mollie Hunt says:

    My new cat Tyler reacted to a high, tinkly music box tune on the TV yesterday. He kept looking around to see where it was coming from. I don’t know if he liked it or not.

  3. mvaden1948 says:

    My Diavolo tends to sing the song of his people during the drive to the vet and back but I discovered if I tune the radio to the classical music he just listens. So classical it is for those 10 minute drives.

  4. Misonya says:

    The black floof seems to like Ryuichi Sakamoto (good taste) and hates Olivia Sellerio (bad taste). She also loves it when I sing the Jigglypuff song (no taste). She has her own cat music cd, too which seems to have a soporific effect on both of us!

  5. colonialist says:

    We had a Siamese that used to sit right next to the speaker in rapt attention every time Beethoven was played. He liked all Beethoven but was indifferent to other music. Weird.

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