An Italian musician has created a purrrr-fect tale of what city cats do after hours – and it doesn’t have anything to do with chasing mice.

In a short film published by Grammy award-winning musician Augustin Hadelich, an alley cat persuades a mysterious violinist to give him and the other stray felines a private concert.

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The violinist delves into “Caprice No. 17” by Nicolò Paganini – a delightful musical number that spurs the local tomcats into an amusing dance number rife with romance and rumpus.

When the violinist finishes with the concerto, he wanders off into the night, leaving the cats in wonder of his secrets.

The short film, which is called Fantasia dei Gatti in Italian, is a mesmerizing promotion of Hadelich’s latest album in which he performs Paganini’s 24 Caprices.

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