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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Tenor Tabby


Money, the music-loving cat sings with his 15-year-old
owner in Worcester Park, England, in 1959.

What a cutie.  I wonder if I could teach Tiger to sing.
He already talks nonstop.

Found on dailymail.co.uk

41 comments:

  1. Did you know they can all sing in England? . . . . lol

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    1. Hey diddle diddle . . . the cat and the fiddle . . . . remember that one?

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    2. Well, yes...that's why I said fiddle!

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    1. My cat Dinky doesn't sing, she just talks a lot. "Feed me. . .NOW!", "Let me out so I can want to come in to be let out again" "Get out of MY chair!". I think I would rather she sang instead!

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    2. Our Tiger just chats...a very sweet but incessant chatter as he follows at your heels all over the house. It's quite cute, actually.

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  3. Hee hee! Too cute. I bet you could teach Tiger - especially if he already has a propensity for vocalisation!
    How did the lovely tractor auction fare? :-)

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    1. I think Money is such a cutie, and obviously full of personality! ha. I'll have to sing to Tiger and see what he thinks. lol...

      The tractor auction...a little chilly but the rain stopped and the sun came out. Almost 10 hours of work outside with 3 quick potty breaks. Whew. I'm tired!

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    2. I am picturing a lot of slightly-grizzled men in overalls...

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    3. Yes...lots of them....mostly farmers. It was a benefit auction for the FFA..the Future Farmers of America. Only one whiff of manure, though,...haha..somebody was working this morning before they came and didn't change their boots. Good thing I wore my grey wellies....the muck we walked through was yucky!

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    4. It's funny because as soon as you mentioned you were working an outdoor tractor auction, I pictured you in your wellies! They are a godsend I bet.

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    5. Yep....skinny jeans tucked in them and those air activated foot warmers in the boots. Wool sweater, turtleneck and raincoat with hood! ha. This week we're back inside with lovely antiques. yay! :)

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    6. Alas, I think the pink wellies have been consigned to the re-cycle bin. RIP.

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    7. Yes, the grey ones are taller and I like them better. And nobody teases me about them. ha.

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    8. Me? Never. The thought never entered my head. . .

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    1. He'll probably think I'm crazy...haha....

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  5. I wonder if they are harmonizing? I remember that hairdo in the 50's. My era.

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    1. I think the girl is so cute...love her sweater, too.

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  6. haha bet they were in sync
    As they sang at their rink
    I know one that likes to walk across and play the keys
    He isn't in tune though as away he does breeze

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    1. If he played and sang together
      he could make one rich in any kind of weather!

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  7. This is so cute. It would not surprise me if you are able to pull this off!

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  8. I've heard of cats playing the piano, but the singing is new to me...
    Well, I have heard them singing before, usually outside my bedroom window in the dark of night.

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    1. Oh...that is NOT singing...that is "Get out of my territory" screaming. haha.

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  9. Hi Betsy - love his stance on the book ... incredible photo to come across ... patience would be need in bucket loads, I suspect ... cheers Hilary

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    1. I thought that was funny, too....sitting on the book!

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  10. Please do teach Tiger to sing as this is absolutely adorable!!

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    1. He really looks like he's totally into it! haha.

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  11. I expect nothing less from you...actually I think I might expect a small choir. Great photo!

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    1. A choir...ha. I certainly have enough!

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  12. I had a close look at that music and I think it is "The Flight of the Bumble Bee" by Rimsky-Korsakov, an extremely fast piece of music to sing to don'tcha think?

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