Caturday night fever! Hilarious footage shows funky feline movements over time to the disco hit Stayin & Alive by Bee Gees
- The one-year-old Manx cat Link was neutered and needed a cone around his neck
- Owner Eric Hall filmed himself and offered dry cat food
- Then link struts with a distinctive disco-like twist in the direction of his owner to the melody of the popular hit Beein & # 39; Stayin & # 39; Alive from Saturday Night Fever
Hilarious footage shows a cat bouncing across the floor with a striking swag to the Bee Gees disco bite Stayin & Alive.
After being castrated, a one-year-old Link was made to wear a protective cone around his neck to prevent him from touching his stitches.
Adapting to the new accessory, the Manx cat changed its course as he sauntered through his house in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada, reminiscent of a Saturday Night Fever scene.
Style: Link changed his course while walking through his house in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada, reminiscent of a Saturday Night Fever scene
The video starts with Eric Hall, the owner of Link, who offers the cat some kibbles in a green plastic bowl.
Visibly interested in the dry food, Link pauses for a moment and looks at Mr Hall before approaching him with a distinctive pass when Stayin & Alive plays in the background.
Mr. Hall said: & # 39; When I saw the way he stepped, I couldn't help but smile. & # 39;
Visibly interested in the dry food, Link pauses for a moment and looks at Mr Hall before approaching him with a distinctive pass when Stayin & Alive plays in the background
The disco hit Stayin & # 39; Alive, released in 1977, was written and performed by the Bee Gees of the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack.
After his release, he climbed the charts and remained an iconic tune in music history and easily one of the band's most recognizable songs.
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