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Old 07-30-2004, 10:43 PM   #16
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Old 07-31-2004, 12:36 AM   #17
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My pets (several cats and two dogs) seem quite happy with whatever I play (mostly The Church and related material, Gersey, Art of Fighting, Remy Zero, etc.), but one day I played the bonus disc from The Church's Forget Yourself CD. I had never played it on the home stereo before, and when it began to play, all the animals just dove for cover! It was really amazing. It was as if they were all sure the world was crashing down on them. It took a few playings for them to get over that feeling, but they are now fine with it too.
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my cat enjoys it when i play the guitar. trust me, he's the only one.
he doesn't like AFI
Heheheheh...
One of my cats seems to think she has to out-yowl Davey... quite the duet they have sometimes when I have my AFI fix cranking...

My dogs like classical, I put the radio on for them when i go out.. leftover habit from when I worked at the vet hospital/kennel and the shelter... it really does soothe them and keep them from getting bored....
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hey, my dog hates when I'm playing bass, really, he runs away



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My cockatoo likes U2 and I saw her doing her interpretive dance to Dave Matthews, so she must like him too. She likes rock, and anything with drums will get her dancing.

My mom swears the dogs like ABBA...

The soft rock station works like a charm for relaxing bulldog puppies. The minute they heard Bette Midler's "Wind Beneath My Wings" they were out like a light.
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my cat loves any song with A LOT of bass in it...cos he sits on the woofer and purrs
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My dog likes classical. When she had two surgeries last year, playing the classical station during her recuperation really seemed to relax her a bit.
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My cats seem to hate most of my music. Although they do seem to enjoy Ryan Adams or Wilco. I think they're sick of U2

The also seem to like it when I play guitar. Which is good, considering they are the only "audience" I've had.
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Perhaps cats like the vibrations of the bass, while dogs don't?

Sometimes my parakeet starts chirping when I put on U2 DVD's with the volume turned up. She could be quiet, I turn up volume and she starts chirping.
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Perhaps cats like the vibrations of the bass, while dogs don't?

That makes sense.
Maybe it reminds them of their mother's purring ?
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My cat and dog seem fairly indifferent to whatever's playing. My horse however, loves Madonna. No-one believes it til they see it. He gets grumpy if you change the cd.
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My cat liked just about anything I played, except Frank Zappa.
She would give me a dirty look; hiss at me,
andthen leave the room.
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Heheheheh...
One of my cats seems to think she has to out-yowl Davey... quite the duet they have sometimes when I have my AFI fix cranking...

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