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Animals reacting to Music?

Does your pet like a particular genre?

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GoldAutumn GoldAutumn NSW Posts: 137
1 14 Jul 2012
Music effects your moods, it can make you feel happy, sad, motivated or bring up old memories. I think this applies to animals too happy

I've noticed my pets reacting to certain types of music and it's gotten me really interested to see if anyone elses pets, or animals they've seen, react to, love or hate music.

The young boy next door to me is a fantastic piano player, i have the most lovely renditions of mozart and vivaldi filtering through my windows when he practices. I noticed my cat disappers when he plays. I thought she was scared but i found that when he starts playing, she sits at the fence nearest the point where the piano is on the other side, leans against the fence closes her eyes and purrs, she'll sit there only as long as he's playing.

It was lovely happy


Apparently, cows like trombones and jazz, love this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXKDu6cdXLI
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Casper.s2 Casper.s2 SA Posts: 1640
2 14 Jul 2012
pretty sure this feature front page on AA a while ago
and you can hear a lady say something like "quick get their attention"

also the other instrument playing is known as a cow bell,
as it attracts the attention of cows ~ - ~

but sure I can see them giving rave reviews of his playing.


~giggles.

Did you know plants react to music... just as thunder stimulates growth and wind,
the vibrations help to make their way through loosened soil.

Far less exciting I suppose than something with ears using them to hear stuff.
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GoldAutumn GoldAutumn NSW Posts: 137
3 14 Jul 2012
Casper.s2 said:
pretty sure this feature front page on AA a while ago
and you can hear a lady say something like "quick get their attention"

also the other instrument playing is known as a cow bell,
as it attracts the attention of cows ~ - ~

but sure I can see them giving rave reviews of his playing.


~giggles.

Did you know plants react to music... just as thunder stimulates growth and wind,
the vibrations help to make their way through loosened soil.

Far less exciting I suppose than something with ears using them to hear stuff.
I didn't know that about plants, i'm interested enough to look up more information. Thanks for that happy
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Clud Clud VIC Posts: 1559
4 14 Jul 2012
My budgies love heavy metal and screamo music lol
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Casper.s2 Casper.s2 SA Posts: 1640
5 14 Jul 2012
Clud said:
My budgies love heavy metal and screamo music lol
Play them Suis La Lune! They might like foreign music too.
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xAshlee xAshlee TAS Posts: 722
6 15 Jul 2012
I listen to alot of Pop & country music or the radio and they come and sleep near me. Because its the same artists/songs theyve heard over the years i think its calming to hear the familiar music.

theres this RSPCA ad that comes on TV, dont know if youve seen it , with all these bandaged animals and really 'bouncy' type music. My dog recognises the sound straight away and stares BIG EYES at the screen. She loves the wombat at the end =P
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sophxx sophxx NSW Posts: 169
7 15 Jul 2012
My bunnies love it when i sing, they come up to me to see what it is! and they love my mum's classical music happy
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GoldAutumn GoldAutumn NSW Posts: 137
8 15 Jul 2012
sophxx said:
My bunnies love it when i sing, they come up to me to see what it is! and they love my mum's classical music happy
I sing to my cats, one of them purrs when i do, the other one will get up and walk away, lol
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Casper.s2 Casper.s2 SA Posts: 1640
9 16 Jul 2012
My Dog loves the SBS news intro..

He perks up and will almost always howl along with it.


The trumpety one; or is that ABC hmmm,
we'll atleast they have pets enthused and alert! teheha
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4_da_animals1 4_da_animals1 SA Posts: 3293
10 17 Jul 2012
Slightly offtopic but my bulldog always perks up and focus on the telly whenever there is a fellow animal friend on. XD
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