Meeooowww! oooowww! wooowww! Meeeoooowwwww!
I think i´ll join in Mr Midnight. Meeoow Meeooww Meeeoooowwwwww!
What is going off? You both sound terrible what with your high-toned screeching and meowing racket.
Can you give it a break?
Don´t be so cheeky daddy! We´re both practicing our vocals. It´s not our problem that you don´t appreciate our vocal-session.
Is there any particular reason? Are you going to a party or something?
One doesn´t have to have a reason to sing daddy.
Although I do wish there was a pawty going off somewhere. I just love the things!
Singing is healthy and is good for you. You humans should do it more often. We cats love singing occasionally.
But we humans do sing quite a lot.
But you should try and sing with all you´ve got. You know, make your voice heard!
I was creeping about the grounds of that spooky, old building where all you humans disappear at the end of your lives the other day and I couldn´t help over hear the “singing” in the building. I think you call the songs Christmas songs.
I thought Christmas was a happy celebration of that Jesus chappie.
It is. We love clebebrating the birth of Jesus.
Well you could have fooled me!
The only sounds I heard were monotone sounds which were “sang” in a rather dull fashion. The singing I heard was just as atrocious as our cat attempts at singing.
I thought celebrations were to be rejoiced.
For some strange reason many of us humans seem to be frightened about singing in public.
Perhaps some of you are frightend of hearing your own voice.
Well I was aware that many humans are afraid to speak out their own truth but singing at a celebration should be easy peasy pudding and pie.
Humans don´t seem to have a problem when singing at your football matches.
That´s probably because at football matches, one “feels” the emotion within ones heart.
Although many people are religious perhaps they don´t feel the “true” faith within their hearts; thus making it difficult to “praise the lord” and sing out with fervour.
I could be wrong though, although I do know that singing is healthy.
It´s good for the brain and can enhance mental awareness, concentration and memory.
One can develop healthier breathing patterns which can help cope with various lung dieseases.
Singing has also been proved to boost our immune system.
It´s a good work out. You´ll work out your lungs, improve circulation and tone your abdominal muscles.
Your feelings of safety and confidence will improve when singing in a group. We cats especially love singing in groups.
Your posture will get straighter and you´ll gradually look more confident.
You´ll sleep better as a result of not being so stressed. This is another reason we cats love singing.
Singing releases endorphins, which make you feel instantly happier.
So the benefits of singing and raising your voice are very beneficial to your wellbeing.
Just let it all go and go with the flow. Sing out loud and raise your voice!
You all have something to say so look after yourself properly and just get it out of you!!
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