[WATCH] Owner 'autotunes' his cat Elton ...and it's just purrrfect
Disney feature animation layout artist and supervisor Joaquin Baldwin's feline family member apparently has an early morning crying routine - and just won't shut up.
So Joaquin made a video and recorded his antics, then tweaked the sound with autotune...and posted it on Twitter.
Within hours the video had racked up over a million views, and the comments are hilarious.
Take a listen to Elton on autotune below:
Autotuned the cat because he won't shut up in the mornings. I don't know how this helps but I did it anyway. pic.twitter.com/JjOrSttEak— Joaquin Baldwin (@joabaldwin) February 18, 2019
He explains he used @VolocoApp to record him, a free app with lots of simple options to autotune.
And Elton the cat has shot to fame...
But after all the attention, he says Elton is taking a break from all the fame now - " no autographs pls."
People posted their cats reactions...
My cat’s reaction: pic.twitter.com/8TVcWVDh4O— Cass (@realcassam) February 18, 2019
Some cats clearly disapproved of Elton's plight...
the human will pay the cat royalties for this abomination— Feral Crow Emoji (@NorWesternCrow) February 18, 2019
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