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Animals do have a sensation to the beat of the music. we all know about it. The beats of Drums do have no any limitation to attract the any creature’s concentration. Here are no rules that say a cat can’t play the drums, but these two definitely need a few more lessons before they go pro and aesthetic.
taoto0711 is a Twitter user and is a drummer. His Twitter profile bespeaks eight years of marching band, plus an eclectic lineup of favorite musicians, so this is a guy who loves to listen to and create music.
There’s just one problem with being a drummer in Japan: the lack of space. Drum kits, bulky and loud as they are, can’t justify their existence in cramped apartments or slim, thin-walled houses.
More Practicing your art form becomes a challenge for this reason, because how do you practice when you don’t have your instrument to hand? Some drummers suggest tapping your sticks against stacks of books or saucepans.
To mix the result, Others have suggested arcade game DrumMania The most effective method of practice is to rent a studio space, but that can get expensive…
Sometimes though, it just gets too much to practice with a simple snare pad at home, and here’s why.
— たおと (@taoto0711) September 10, 2018
taoto0711 is also a big fan of cats, judging from his numerous pictures of cats he apparently owns. These two sweet marmalade cats are really testing his devotion, though, because every tap and spin of his drum sticks has both cats mesmerized – and one of them is constantly trying to grab the sticks in its paws.
While it’s certainly nice to have a captive audience, no one can blame @taoto0711 for being exasperated. How are you supposed to rock out on the drums like Yoshiki if you’re having to watch out for inquisitive cat paws?
Apparently this isn’t an isolated incident, either
— 猫豆彩香@ex.LICK DOWN (@nekomameayaka) September 11, 2018
aoto0711 responded right away: “So cute! But practice-wise, it’s… well, you know.” Other responses marveled at how similar the cats in the video were to their own pets.
— 羚@ジョジ民📛＆月fam🍤 (@rei_495) September 12, 2018
— Anego @脱☆娘 (@mhw_fuegirl) September 11, 2018
And as always, we have the classic variation on a theme.
— moto (@m_o_t_o_) September 11, 2018
Considering how kitties just love to disrupt artists, pass out in the most inopportune places and then hijack our clothes, we really are going to have to put our foot down if we want to practice our hobbies.
Give them an inch, they’ll take a dive through a screen door, as the saying goes. The Cat sensation and reaction is Really Hearttouching !!