Rock with your cockatiel outside.
Spotify can now generate playlists for your pets, with a new tool that says customize mixed tapes for species and personality traits of bugs.
The music streaming service announced the show on Wednesday, noting that 71 percent of pet owners already play music for their pets.
The "Pet Playlists" tool allows users to choose between dog, cat, iguana, hamster and bird, and then tell the platform how energetic or friendly your animal is to help Spotify "choose the environment from the playlist," the company says.
For example, a curated playlist for a relaxed, curious and shy cat spits 30 tracks, including "All Cats Are Gray" and "Never Run Away" by The Cure, by lo-fi singer and songwriter Kurt Vile.
Spotify also launched a podcast called "My Dog's Favorite Podcast," intended to calm puppies when their owners leave the house.
While ambient music occupies most of each five-hour episode, the show begins with a British-accented narrator who reassures his hearing dogs.
"I know you're going to have such a relaxing and enjoyable time here," says actress Jessica Raine, known for her role in the drama series "Call the Midwife," in one episode. "And I'm already looking forward to going home and giving you a big hug."
In the other episode, "Game of Thrones" actor Ralph Ineson slowly repeats words like "serendipity" and "melifluo" while relaxing melodies are playing in the background.
Animal-centered playlists could be popular among eight out of 10 pet owners who believe their animals like music, according to the Spotify online survey of 5,000 pet lovers who stream music in the States. United, the United Kingdom, Australia, Italy and Spain.
The survey also found that 46 percent of pet owners "feel that music relieves the stress of their furry friends," while 69 percent sing to their animals and 57 percent dance with them, said the company.