Monday, April 16, 2007

Now that's a cool cat!

Today, I wonder why CS and Orange never learned to play the piano. I would have been much easier than the guitar or the flute! Who knows, they might have even called me Mozart... *cat sigh*

Meet Nora*, a very talented and very cute feline. I wonder if female cats are also attracted by "salt and pepper" coats (humans, read "hair")




* Thanks to my very dear friend, Michelle, who sent CS this video in the first place.

11 comments:

Shelli said...

That is just incredible. Whatever possessed the cat to try it the first time? So weird.

Rob7534 said...

At first I thought he was playing Chop-sticks! :)

CanadianSwiss said...

Shelli: I'm not sure, but it is quite amusing. She really seems to enjoy it.

Rob: Good to see you back!

Ginnie said...

Not to deflate your own sense of Ego, Dale, but this is some of the best feline talent I have ever seen. You clearly have good taste! I think you would have become a master yourself, if only you had been given the chance. Maybe you and Nora would have learned to play duets together!

The Big Bear said...

She plays about as good as I do. But she does it with more devotion.

tinakala said...

She really seems to be genuinly enjoying the sounds. Amazing.

Capt'n Dale said...

Not at all, Ginnie. We all have our talents. Maybe I should accompany her in song...

Big B: You play the piano?? You never told me! ;)

Tina: She does, doesn't she. That's what makes her so special.

Jay said...

Jeez, I would have thought that after all that practise she would have at least learned a proper song or two. :)

Ex-Shammickite said...

Jay.... those ARE proper songs in the cat world. Just because they're not music to YOUR ears.... hey, tell him all about it Cap'n Dale!

Capt'n Dale said...

Jay- LOL. Cat ears hear differently. In that case, I suspect you wouldn't really appreciate to hear us sing OUR version of music of the night! ;) Prrrr.

Ex-Shammi: Jay is a she and I did explain. I am aware that many humans don't recognise our values for music, but I think in this case, she was only kidding. You should go visit her. Jay is a beautiful human and quite entertaining, too. AND she lives in the Toronto area, just like you.

Ex-Shammickite said...

OOOO Sorry Jay! A case of mistaken identity.... and I think we have blog-connected before anyway! Thanks for the heads-up, Cap'n Dale.