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February 17, 2009

Control-a-Cat Remote Control


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Control-a-Cat Remote Control — Finally, you're in control

Cats are known for many things.

The dexterity to always land on their feet and the cleanliness of their fur coats.

The ability to knock over a lamp or slam into a screen door and casually continue along as if nothing happened.

The nerve to shred your furniture with their claws and somehow look cute doing it.

The thoughtfulness of bringing home their latest bird catch and dropping it off at the backdoor as a "present" for you.

Cats are not known, however, for their ability to learn and obey the commands of their owners.

That's where the Control-a-Cat Remote Control can come in handy.


Simply point it at your cat, press buttons on the remote and hope for the best.

With buttons for "Stop Scratching", "Show Affection", "Remain Aloof" and many others, you'll be in control in no time.

It's finally your turn to make your cat do what you want.


• 21-button remote control

• No batteries required — powered by wishful thinking

• Measures 5.5" x 2.2" (14cm x 5.5cm)




[via Blythe Hines, neatorama and The Presurfer]

February 17, 2009 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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if you think you need this, you should just cut to the chase and get a dog

Posted by: anon | Feb 18, 2009 11:55:54 AM

Reminds me of a remote I designed a couple of months ago.
I like the cat one better! A remote for each member of the household would be ideal. Line them up on the coffee table next to all the others.

Posted by: Carol Feldman | Feb 17, 2009 2:08:24 PM

Needs work.

-Turning remote off leaves cat in permanent "sulk" mode. Undesirable.
-Fur ball ejector button needs function to first direct cat to tile floor, THEN eject.
-Remote has button only for "nap" mode; needs full 8-10 hour out-cold, dead-to-world "hard sleep" function. At times invaluable.
-Needs more "amusing behavior" functions: talking, chirping sounds; chasing tail; pulling itself across rug with toenails, etc.
-"Wear-itself-out" function essential: Top speed racing laps around house, min. 20 minutes, prior to nightime household sleep.

Posted by: Flautist | Feb 17, 2009 11:46:38 AM

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