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July 26, 2021

Have You Seen This? Angry cat inspires musicians from around the world

AROUND THE WORLD – Music is a language that everyone can understand.

Another sound that we all know when we hear it: angry cats.

One talented musician, David Scott from South Africa, turned the angry meow of his cat into a nice little tune. And then others joined Scott (known as “The Kiffness”) to turn a man and his cat into a septet.

A Brazilian violinist, Amanda Barbalho provided a plucky addition.

Then Kryštov Hron from the Czech Republic jumped on with a ukulele.

Then a Russian, an American, and Ukrainian added their harmony.

My personal favorite is the unexpected but fitting addition of drums from a German artist.

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Six nations. Six musicians. And one cat.

On June 4, this video had about 15 thousand views. By the morning of June 7, it had jumped to more than half a million views.

If you’re anything like me, this song might get stuck in your head, and it will sound like “dub a dub a dubba dub a meow.”

How does an angry cat, an ethereal low whistle, drums and more instruments sound so good together?

The cat isn’t quite as talented as the man with a straw, but the cat had a great backup band.

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