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Play Him Off, Keyboard Cat

Play Him Off, Keyboard Cat

A piano-playing feline is the latest video sensation to take over the Internet. Originally filmed by Charlie Schmidt 20 years ago, the clip shows Fatso the cat playing an upbeat tune on a keyboard.

In February, 22-year-old syndication manager Brad O'Farrell spliced a shortened version of the cat video onto the end of a clip of a person in a wheelchair falling down an escalator. Since then, numerous videos now feature Fatso playing people off (stage) after their gaffes and unfortunate accidents. More at MSNBC.

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