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Scientists Have Created New Music Specifically For Cats

Scientists at the University of Wisconsin and University of Maryland have created brand new music specifically for CATS.

 They say, quote, "We looked at the natural vocalizations of cats and matched our music to the same frequency range, which is about an octave higher than human voices."

 The tempo of the songs is based on purring and scratching.  And they used a lot of sliding notes, since cats slide through frequencies when they meow.

 So far they think the songs they came up with really ARE appealing to that lucrative cat demo.  When they played regular human music to a test group of 47 cats, they didn't respond at all.

 But when the special music started, the cats got excited and rubbed up against the speakers.

 The scientists believe the music could be good to play at animal shelters and veterinary clinics, where it could help cats feel at ease . . . or even just at home, when your cat is stressed out.

 

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