iPad: The World's Most Expensive Cat Toy

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This cat is demonstrating the value of an iPad as a cat toy. Who cares if it's a bit on the expensive side, since the cat obviously enjoys playing with it?

Sure, it's probably the most controversial gadget that Apple has ever come out with, but come on, your cat will love you for it. Don't be cheap when it comes to cat toys.

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Our cat follows these rules:

1. Expensive items NOT purchased for the cat are the best toys, until broken.
2. Expensive items purchased expressly for the cat are uninteresting.
3. A stick from the backyard? Teh awesome.

Piano cat version 2010!

Makes sense, cats are natural Mac users. They look all aloof for no reason but you just know as soon as you stop looking their going to start licking their own genitals.

By Dan Warren (not verified) on 15 Apr 2010 #permalink

THEY'RE, not their. Dammit.

By Dan Warren (not verified) on 15 Apr 2010 #permalink

Litterbox? There's an app for that.

Cats rule! I'd like to see a dog do that!

By Girlpostdoc (not verified) on 16 Apr 2010 #permalink

The best part was in the middle when he lunged extra fast to try to "catch it". Reminds me of playing with the cats and a red laser beam. It never occurs to them that they are never going to get it!