Cats Horking to Techno Music

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It is widely known that cats enjoy horking to techno music. In fact, many people believe that this is one of the main reasons why cats are so popular among music lovers. While there is no scientific evidence to support this claim, there are plenty of anecdotal reports from cat owners who have witnessed their pets horking to techno music.

There are several possible explanations for why cats enjoy horking to techno music. One theory is that the repetitive beats mimic the sound of a purring cat, which is relaxing and comforting to them. Another theory is that the fast pace of the music stimulates their natural predatory instincts.Whatever the reason, there’s no doubt that cats enjoy horking to techno music, and there’s no shortage of videos on the internet featuring cats doing just that.

What is horking?

Horking is a phenomenon that has been observed in cats since the early days of techno music. It is characterized by a repetitive, hacking cough that sounds somewhat like a retching sound. The cough may be accompanied by vomiting, but not always. Some experts believe that horking is the cat’s way of trying to get rid of the techno music, while others believe that the cat is simply enjoying the rhythm of the music.

Why do cats hork to techno music?

There are a few theories as to why cats hork to techno music. One theory is that the fast tempo and repetitive beats of techno music mimic the sound of a cat’s purr, which is soothing to them. Another theory is that the horking helps cats to build up their immunity to the noises of the outside world, making them better able to cope with loud or stressful situations.

How to get your cat to hork to techno music

First, you will need to find some techno music that your cat enjoys. If you don’t have any techno music, you can try streaming it from the internet or playing it from a CD. Once you have found some techno music, turn up the volume so that your cat can hear it clearly. Cats usually enjoy music that has a fast tempo and is lively.

Once the music is playing, observe your cat’s reaction. If your cat seems to be enjoying the music, then you can let them continue listening. However, if your cat does not seem to be enjoying the music, then you should turn off the techno music and try something else.


In conclusion, we can see that cats horking to techno music is a real and growing phenomenon. While we do not yet understand the full extent of why or how this occurs, we can be sure that it is a behaviour that is enjoyed by some cats and their owners. We hope that further research will be conducted in order to help us better understand this unique behaviour.

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