Wednesday, 16 September 2020

CLASSICAL MUSIC FOR BABIES

 


How to relax your cats, put classical music for babies on Youtube, lol

13 comments:

  1. Right!!! I shall have to tell my grand-daughter that! Her cat Tomas could do with a relaxation session daily and stop pestering everyone for food,cuddles,food,cuddles and so on. :-) keep well Amanda x

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  2. I see 4 cats, not counting the 'leopard' on the sofa. ha ha.... now i will have to look up the video to see what makes cats sleep. I found it, the same one.... who knew cats loved music like that. i did not. big listens to the music of CNN because it blasts all day long

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  3. That is truly amazing. It's a pity Mr T is deaf, but I do find that the You Tube videos for cats have the same effect after the initial patting the screen has worn off. You don't feel inclined to slouch on the couch along with them then?

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  4. I thought someone was missing a trick by not creating classical music for cats, but I searched and they've done that too.

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  5. Ha! Music soothes the savage beast, as they say!

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  6. Really? I've read that this is good for plants, but never thought about cats!

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  7. Well isn't that interesting. I wonder if it works for dogs too.

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  8. *haha* I do believe I'd be napping right along with those precious furbabies, Briony! :-) What a beautiful room to do so. ~Andrea xoxo

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  9. Is the cat on the woodburner real?

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  10. Ha ha, they're certainly enjoying that. Archie loves music, as soon as anything comes on TV his ears prick up and he's alert and interested, I shall have to try him with a bit of classical, see if it has the reverse effect.

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  11. Okay, but how do you relax your Tom? A nice bit of Dusty Springfield and a meat and potato pie from the butcher's perhaps. And how do you relax a Briony?...Best not go there!

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