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Monday Cute: David Tennant Lent His Voice to Videos For Calming Stressed Cats and Dogs

Doctor Who‘s David Tennant has lent his voice to lots of projects, from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and BBC pet shows, but did you know he’s also voiced video to soothe cats and dogs when they’re stressed?

British insurance company More Than created films for pets “scientifically designed with the intention of reducing stress caused by fireworks and loud noises,” which the actor narrates. These films, which are meant to be looped, include “a range of animate and inanimate objects,” and “words and cadences that will relax.” The cat film, Peer Window, is meant for cats while Woofering Heights are for dogs–even shot in their “colour vision.”

I can’t wait to go home and see if this works on my roommates’ dogs! It’s basically the opposite of this German Shepard barking at ZootopiaPet owners, let us know if they worked for you!

(via Laughing Squid)
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