After about five days, all kittens had their eyes opened and they began to develop their Seal Points. Even though his coloring was slightly different, his Seal Points looked much like the rest of his family’s.
Bernice was not worried, however, and meowed to Warren, “Don’t worry, Warren. Every cat is not the same. We all have different personalities and strengths. I think honking is your strength.” Eventually Warren’s honk did become a strength and he soon became known as Little Honker.
This unusual feline soon discovered he was different in another way. He loved music. When his human girls practiced the piano or saxophone, he moved his tail to the rhythm and even did a little kitty dance. Sometimes he even found himself doing a little twirl around the room.
When Kari, his human girl, sat down to practice the piano, she always warmed up by playing “Chop Sticks.” Warren sat next to her on the bench, his tail moving to the rhythm, and from time to time, his paw reached up to add a note or two to the tune.
Kari always said, “Warren, do you want to play a duet?” He rubbed his head against her arm and for a few bars they created their own music. Kari played and Warren pawed notes of his own.
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