I know that music is the best that our species has ever created. If I know two things, it's the music thing and also that rabbits are not hamsters.
Listen, Spotify, I'm getting the whole thing with pet playlists. A curated playlist based on your listening preferences and some sliders to determine an animal's mood. It's cute. But as one of millions of rabbit owners in the U.S., someone has to speak out for this serious oversight.
This is Lucy:
She likes classic piano and jazz greats like Thelonious Monk and Bill Evans. It contains a variety. I'm sorry to speak for her, but she is napping. She is crepuscular, which means she is mostly awake in the morning and evening. Then she likes Lucinda Williams a little and John Fahey's guitar work. Most often, however, it is John Cages 4 & 33; 33 that is repeated.
cats and dogs. Sure, totally. Birds and hamsters, check. Iguanas as a collecting area for reptiles and amphibians – not great, but I think there are points to try out. There's no fish here, but I don't know, maybe it's difficult without an underwater speaker.
But no rabbits? Maybe we'll see what the fine people on Apple Music have to say about this oversight.
We contacted Spotify to check if the service intends to add Lagomorphs to the list.