Cats and Music

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Music for most of us is stress reliever. We make it a point to listen to music in a particular time of the day. Nobody can say that they are indifferent to music, it could just be the genre or the preference we have. Music boosts our mood, increases the energy, intensify positive vibes, and even develop healthier mind.

If music is a stress reliever for people, if music has these benefits and advantages being experienced by humans, what is the effect of music to our cats or feline friends?

Having a cat surely relieves stress as well, so why not share with this furry friend one of your pastimes, listening to music. Taking good care of cats is not just about searching to buy raw cat foods, but also including them in your day to day activities or simply making time with them.

You may think if your cat will appreciate what you are listening to. It will be very hard to communicate especially if the pet looks that they lack interest onto something. However it does not mean that they are indifferent to music. If music caters to our senses, then music should also do the same thing with cats.

Cats’ senses  are sensitive. They feel every vibration in the air. If your cat looks like they do not like the music, it could be because the music is too loud for them. You may try playing another genre for your pet, keep on trying until you feel that your cat is already appreciating the tune, rhythm, or the music as a whole.

Researches, studies, evidences show that cats also like music. Music enriches their world, also stimulates their mental being and give them something different to enjoy. As owners, however, if your cats do not enjoy your music genre, it is also possible that you will not enjoy theirs.