Girl puts GPS tracker on her cats - reveals late night Burger King runs
Part of a science fair project, these kitties surprised this student when they revealed where they roamed.
Evahn Martinsen used to think her three cats - Twinkle, Luca and Zephyr - slept at night until she started tracking them for a science project. She decided to strap GPS trackers on them to see what they do in the shadows.
Twinkle and Luca cooperated, but Zephyr flat out refused. (Which begs the question, what iz Zephyr hiding?)
She found out that her kitties liked visiting a tennis court and surprisingly late night runs to Burger King! I guess they wanted some fishy sandwiches?
The inspiration for the project came from a conversation with a teacher who told her cats waz nocturnal.
"When science fair came around, I was like, oh yeah, I could see what my cats actually do."
Evahn came up with the project herself; Lintek Tracking Solutions, a company based in Auckland, loaned Evahn three GPS devices and a tablet to use for her project.
She also found out when it waz colder or raining, the cats stayed inside, and nice weather allowed them to roam wherever their hearts pleased.
I just hope the cats don't reveal our secret cat lair where we plot our world domination... I mean... what?
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