Parents Aren’t the Only Ones Who Need a Break from 'Frozen'

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Disney's “Frozen” soundtrack has stayed number one in sales for 13 weeks. But that run may end with new releases by the Black Keys, Coldplay, and Mariah Carey. John Jurgensen reports on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Disney/"Frozen".

Ask this cat how many times he's heard "Let It Go" played in his house, and he'll undoubtedly utter a sigh. In fact, he's taking matters into his own hands, by flipping the switch every time his owner tries to host a sing-along in her living room.

In a YouTube video going viral, the cat can be seen voicing disinterest in the "Frozen" song by turning off the lights during his owner's pajama performance (then turning them off again… and again). The owner suggests her pet was simply frustrated because she wasn't "part of the act."

Either way, the strategy was totally effective!

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