When a Malaysian busker was busking one night and no one was paying attention to him, he felt terribly rejected.
The long-haired singer had been out with a buddy for what felt like hours, playing for what looked like hours, and he was about to give up. There was no use in wasting his effort if no one would value his abilities. Instead of collecting his belongings and leaving, he decided to give one more song a shot, and that’s when he received a pleasant surprise.
The music seemed to have charmed the tiny kitties. They sat in front of the busker, their heads inclined forward, taking in the show. Their little heads even start bobbing to the music at one point.
The long-haired vocalist seemed to be unable to understand what is being place. Halfway through the act, he starts laughing in astonishment.
The kittens stayed quietly until the end of the concert, according to the singer’s partner, after which the busker congratulated them for watching his performance.
Cats, according to studies, are great admirers of music—as long as it’s the correct sort. Many cat shelters, for example, play classical music since it has been found to have a soothing impact on cats. According to Pet Health Network, when kittens love a particular style of music, they will purr, move their head towards, or move towards the source of the sound—all actions observed in the four tiny kittens enjoying the busker’s performance.
Watch the adorable video here: