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Caturday night fever! Footage shows feline strutting in time to the Bee Gees’ Stayin’ Alive

Caturday night fever! Hilarious footage shows funky feline strutting in time to the Bee Gees’ disco hit Stayin’ Alive

  • One-year-old Manx cat Link was neutered and needed a cone around his neck 
  • Owner Eric Hall filmed himself offering some dry food to the stripy feline
  • Link then struts with a distinctive disco-like swagger towards his owner to the tune of the Bee Gees’ popular hit Stayin’ Alive from Saturday Night Fever 

Hilarious footage shows a cat strutting across the floor with a distinctive swagger to the Bee Gees’ disco hit Stayin’ Alive. 

After being neutered, one-year-old Link was made to wear a protective cone around his neck to prevent him from touching his stitches. 

While adjusting to the new accessory, the Manx cat altered his gait as he prowled through his home in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada, reminiscent of a scene from Saturday Night Fever.

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Style: Link altered his gait as he prowled through his home in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada, reminiscent of a scene from Saturday Night Fever

The video begins with Link’s owner Eric Hall offering the cat some kibble in a green plastic bowl.

Visibly interested by the dry food, Link pauses for a moment and looks towards Mr Hall before moving towards him with a distinctive stride as Stayin’ Alive plays in the background. 

Mr Hall said: ‘When I saw the way he strutted, I couldn’t help but laugh.’

Visibly interested by the dry food, Link pauses for a moment and looks towards Mr Hall before moving towards him with a distinctive stride as Stayin' Alive plays in the background

Visibly interested by the dry food, Link pauses for a moment and looks towards Mr Hall before moving towards him with a distinctive stride as Stayin’ Alive plays in the background

The disco hit Stayin’ Alive, released in 1977, was written and performed by the Bee Gees from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. 

Upon release it climbed the charts and has remained an iconic tune in music history and easily one of the band’s most recognisable songs.  

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