Pablo and Bones, two pussies who definitely march to the beat of their own drum and by “drum” I mean a dinner bell!
Today is Synchronized Pussy Day on Dlisted, so I am paying tribute to these two marching masters. Pablo and Bones are two Instagram STAHS (listen, two cats with 1,200 Instagram followers are STAHs to me) who turn walking to the dinner bowl into a Broadway show. And it won’t cost you the pure parts of your soul and whatever internal organ is less damaged (read: the average price of a Broadway ticket)!
Popsugar pointed me to this video of Pablo and Bones, who live in the city of Bristol in South West England, doing the special little march they do over to their food bowls. The only way to watch this is to watch it while blasting One from A Chorus Line. Pussy that walk!
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Believe it or not, Pablo and Bones didn’t choreograph that move after spending 15 years in jazz class. Popsugar says they were born with a condition that gives them that elegant wobble.
However, the cats’ march isn’t just a fun routine they learned; there’s a reason for their wide-stepping. Both Pablo and Bones have cerebellar hypoplasia, a developmental condition in which the cerebellum of the brain fails to develop properly, meaning their fine motor skills are a little off. Thankfully, cerebellar hypoplasia isn’t painful for them, it just means they “wobble” a bit when they walk!
And may a lightning bolt from GOD destroy Hollywood if The Wizard of Oz gets remade, but I wouldn’t be that mad if they cast Pablo and Bones as the Lollipop Guild ambassadors: