The iPad: a cat toy?

By Grant Jacobs 14/04/2010 7

Could iPads be a communication device for feline desires?

Here’s a new application for the iPad:

Any bets that there will be a rash of cat toy applications for the iPad?

I particularly like the cat’s efforts to play with Magic Piano. (Featured in this video demonstration at YouTube.)

Perhaps we could teach a cat to point to large icons?: ‘food’ (a food bowl), ‘open door’ (an open door, from ground level), ‘clean cat litter’ (now that’s tricky).

Cat owners are already slaves to their pet; with an iPad Cat Communicator they’d be in deep trouble.

HT: @JenLucPiquant (Jennifer Ouellette)

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