One More “Cat-certo”?

"Nora The Piano Cat" captured in a live performance.(Photo: mjkmjk)
"Nora The Piano Cat" captured in a live performance.(Photo: mjkmjk)

If you will indulge me for a moment, a Monday is always better when it begins with a laugh.

Conductor Mindaugas Piecaitis has found his muse in Nora The Piano Cat. While you have probably seen Nora’s videos, this is my first viewing of her playing with an orchestra.

Nora has become the spokes-cat for animal adoption, using her celebrity to help other, possibly equally talented kitties, find a home. Enjoy!

Comments
  • http://www.facebook.com/norathepianocat Nora Piano Cat

    Thanks for the post. Having been rescued from the streets of Camden, NJ and then adopted from a shelter myself, I am very aware of how much it means to find a loving home. In addition to your wonderful links, another great online place to start one’s search for that new family member is . You can find available cats and dogs (and more) in your area.

    • Boyce

      I agree.  My brother-in-law is in his 8th or 9th year of being owned by a tortoise shell cat named Icky.  She takes very good care of him!

      Thanks,

      Boyce

  • http://www.facebook.com/norathepianocat Nora Piano Cat

    Thanks for the post. Having been rescued from the streets of Camden, NJ and then adopted from a shelter myself, I am very aware of how much it means to find a loving home. In addition to your wonderful links, another great online place to start one’s search for that new family member is . You can find available cats and dogs (and more) in your area.

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