Kitten tries to scoop up digital fish
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If there were any doubts about the effectiveness of an iPad as a means to entertain some cats, this video should clear away those doubts. This sweet kitten is completely taken in by the digital fish to the point where she, oh so cutely, tries to scoop up one of the fish.

It is generally agreed that cats don’t scratch iPad screens but does the constant pressure of their paws end up damaging the screen?



Here is another kitten equally enthralled by digital fish.



Can the iPad screen be scratched by a cat?



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Kitten tries to scoop up digital fish — 1 Comment

  1. I have posted many video clips of my cats playing on my tablet. To date even with them going hog wild trying to dig the critter out of the screen I’ve seen no damage.

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