In Praise of Tom Hooper’s “Cats”

By Iman Lababedi | January 2, 2020

it can’t be all bad

A New Study Reveals: Cats Undergoing Surgery Benefit From Hearing Classical Music

By Alyson Camus | May 10, 2015

Different music genres affect individuals in different ways. During consultations I have noticed, for example, that most cats like classical music, particularly George Handel compositions, and become more calm, confident and tolerant throughout the clinical evaluation.

Music For Cats, Really? Give It A Listen

By Alyson Camus | March 7, 2015

They tested the music on 47 cats and made them hear ‘Cozmo’s Air” and ‘Rusty’s Ballad’ as well as two classical pieces, Gabriel Fauré’s “Elegie” and Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Air on a G String,’ and they found that cats ‘were significantly more likely to orient their heads toward it, walk toward it, and even rub up against the speaker’, showing a clear preference…