Cat Does a Good Job With “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston

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Cats can do some of the funniest things: from going crazy over statues to standing up straight. Pair that with the ability to sing and you’ve got yourself a great viral video! After all, felines have a great set of power lungs as well as power vocals. Many cat owners can attest to that, often waking up at the crack of dawn only to hear their kitty wailing and screaming at the top of their kitty lungs. While it’s not always the most comfortable situation to be in, it can be entertaining! In fact, it’s almost as if cats were made to belt out power vocals – they could probably even tackle some of history’s biggest voices, including Whitney Houston! One cat decided that it was their mission to test out that theory in a recent viral video of a cat singing.

In the two-minute video below, Whitney Houston’s classic power ballad “I Will Always Love You” is playing over footage of a black and white kitty belting out the tune. Inter-spliced throughout the brief video are snippets of men overwhelmed with emotion, First Lady Michelle Obama applauding, and pop princess Britney Spears sniffling. Not only are the clips going along with the singing hilarious, the actual cat is a total hoot. It is especially amusing when Whitney starts in on the ever-powerful “And I…” during the chorus and the feline is seen with its mouth wide open and seemingly singing along the same exact words – I dare you not to laugh!

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