“He’s a high tenor with a three-and-a-half octave range. He goes from basso low E up to G and A-Flat above high C. A lot of people think its falsetto, but it’s not. It’s all connected, which is remarkable. During his vocal exercises he would put his arms up in the air and would start spinning while holding a note. I asked him why he was doing that, and he said ‘I may have to do it on stage, so I want to make sure it’s possible.’ I’d never seen anything like that before. I thought maybe I should stop him so he can concentrate on his voice now, and dance later. But I figured if he can do it, let him do it.”
FINALLY! Our new sexy (and super tall!! :O) cat tree arrived yesterday! We’re so happy and so are the kitties as you can see. :D
We’ve been trying to buy small temporary scratching furniture since we arrived in Canada, but for some reason the small and cheap stuff is almost exclusively made out of paper (whyyyy? >__<). Barely any with sisal ropes or if they are, they are pretty expensive even at small sizes. Sambucca was the only one, who was kinda okay with the carton/paper stuff. Blake and Faolan wouldn’t even look at it. I even bought a second small scratching pole (cause the delivery time for this one was kinda long) but either that one was TOO small or also not the right material and noone touched it. But now we at least have the real deal again and everyone is content!