Tired of your cat claiming your computer? This new toy might help!
Let your feline destroy its own computer while you watch Netflix on yours.
We all know that cats have the unique ability to look adorable yet annoy us to no end like nothing else in this world. This is especially true when it comes to electronic devices such as computers/laptops.
You're on your laptop, either doing work, school papers, or more accurately watching Netflix until your eyes bleed. Then, as soon as your favorite scene is coming up from that show you've watched 1000 times already, your cat decides to plop down on your keyboard and ruin the moment. It's like they know that we're enjoying something...
Maybe even paw at the screen and the keys, and scratching up the device's shiny surfaces? Don't you wish that they had their own device specially made just for them to play with and destroy as it sees fit?
Well, your problems may finally be solved!
United Kingdom-based shopping site Suck UK has come up with an ingenious new toy called the Cat Scratch Laptop. It can't connect to the Internet, and it won' let you play Solitaire, but it might distract your kitty while you watch Netflix on your real laptop.
It's "designed to be attacked by felines," Emma Royston, Suck UK's brand manager, told The Huffington Post of the toy.
Measuring 13 inches high, 11 inches wide and and 9 inches thick, and weighing just under 0.8 pounds, the Cat Scratch Laptop is made from recycled paper and cardboard and comes complete with a "scratch pad keyboard" of corrugated cardboard, on which cats can sharpen their claws. There's even a fluffy toy "mouse" plugged into a fake USB port. Amazing.
The Cat Scratch Laptop is also customizable: You can change the desktop background by printing out a new image on paper and sliding it into the laptop screen's frame.
The durability of the toy depends on how much the cat plays with it, Royston said, noting that it's "a resilient product but ... could be destroyed in a few months if the cat loves it enough."
Check it out for yourself and see if this solves your problems!
via huffington post
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