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10 March 2020, 13:10
Forget clapping during movements or the shrill call of a mobile – now it’s cats who are disrupting classical concerts.
A live orchestral concert was disrupted in possibly the cutest way – after a stray cat wandered obliviously onto the stage.
Weaving carelessly between the musicians during a show in Istanbul, the fearless feline soon became the centre of attention.
Watch the hilarious video below.
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A cellist can’t help but give the four-legged intruder a stroke (completely understandable), which is met by a roar of laughter from the audience.
Obviously fed up with the cellists, the cat then crosses the stage, vying for attention from the violin section.
The cat is unsuccessful. One musician even attempts to shoo the animal from the stage.
Clearly, the stray feline feels its desire for attention has not yet been satisfied, so confidently jumps onto the podium to join the conductor.
Eventually, the furry intruder manages to bag the best seat in the house – sitting at the front of the stage alongside the performers as the show continues.