While Warren enjoyed the music played by his girls, his brothers and sisters did not feel the same way.
When the piano keys were available, his brothers only wanted to walk across the keyboard. They made lots of noise and no rhythm.
Kris’s saxophone was an invitation for them to stick their paws inside the bell of the instrument when it was out of the case. Also, if the instrument was not being played and out of the case, they often put cat toys inside the bell. Balls, catnip mice, and feathered toys found a new home inside the bell of the saxophone. This always provided a surprise for Kris.
Unaware of their mischief, Kris would pick up her saxophone to play and toys came flying out of the bell. Kris turned to Warren and said, “Your brothers are a little bit naughty, but they are still pretty cute.”
Warren did not share Kris’s view. He always honked his displeasure to his brothers. “Don’t ruin the music.”
Not concerned, they ran off to create more kittyentertainment such as racing, pulling towels out of the kitchen drawer, knocking over waste baskets, or decorating the house with toilet paper they had pulled off the roll.
Warren’s sisters, on the other hand, did not appreciate any of the music. They did not want to walk across the keyboard as their brothers did. They did not want to stick paws and toys into the bell of the saxophone.
They only wanted to get away. So they climbed to the top of the wall unit and waited for quiet. Sometimes they even hid under the bed or looked for a sunny spot to nap in another room. They wanted to be far away from music noise.
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