Why cats are not good at nursery rhymes

Pat-a-cake cats By Revia Romberg

Most of us remember “Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker’s man,” that ancient and much-loved nursery rhyme that teaches children cooperation and coordination. Its rhythmic hand-clapping brings back sweet memories of childhood.

Transform hands into the cats’ paws of two feline dudes with attitude, and you have a most amusing takeoff on “Pat-a-cake” … as if you needed more proof that cats simply won’t cooperate — even with each other. Play the video


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