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Dancing Cat Interrupts A Live Seattle Ballet Class & Totally Steals The Show (VIDEO)

She really wanted to be a part of the show! 🐈 😍
'Dancing Cat' Hilariously Interrupts This Seattle Ballet Teacher During Her Video Tutorial

If you're a pet owner working from home, you probably know how hard it is to say no when your fuzzy co-worker wants attention. While we all love our animals, cat owners have it harder than the rest of us. A dancing cat hilariously interrupts this Seattle ballet teacher in the middle of her video tutorial. 

Amelia Love Clearheart has been teaching ballet for fifteen years now. Due to Washington's 'stay at home' order, she has been teaching children's dance lessons via recording and streaming sessions.

While she was recording her first-ever home lesson, her adorable cat Aurora decided to get in on the fun. 

All throughout the video, Aurora prances between Clearheart's feet while she's dancing. It looks like she wants to dance too!

TBH, we're surprised that she didn't trip. 

However, she told Buzzfeed she has "a flawless flow" with her kitty. "Aurora and I move like that all day long. She walks through my feet all day long."

Halfway through the video, Clearheart does a plie and that's when Aurora really took action. 

You can see the cat look directly up at her with love before diving right into her owner's open arms.

Clearheart laughed out loud, telling the camera, "She's never done that before. She really wants to be a part of the show!"

Then things got even cuter.

"Okay. I'm going to pause it for a second because I have to have a talk with my cat," she said, smirking.

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She went on to say, "For me, this is about cats being cats, but it's also about humans having our needs met by animals. They’re saving people."

Clearheart adopted Aurora a year and a half ago when she was just a little kitten. And from the looks of things, the two have developed a really strong bond - and a love for dance. 

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