We iz doing important researches.
Two videos just went up on Youtube of Iggy the cat and Chloe the Corgi playing with an iPad. Although the videos (below) speak for themselves, not everyone speaks cat language and dog language. So I ran the videos through Google Translate for Animals and bring you their reviews in plain English:
That kind of looks like . . . wait, wait. Is that string? That looks like string is it string touch my butt I like string. OMG it’s totally string, gotta be string, touch my butt. Give me the string. Gimme. I’m gonna get that string. Almost got it. Almost got it. Almost got it. Almost got it. Hey, you’re not touching my butt. Almost got it. Where’d it go? NOT COOL. Bring it back. Does this bring it back? This? Stop laughing at me. Touch my butt what are you doing? Is that string? No. It makes noise. Maybe if I dig through this, there’ll be string underneath. If not, I’m using this as a litterbox.
Hmm. I’ll consider that a solid B+ from the cat. I had to deduct points because the iPad can’t scratch that spot above his tail he kept talking about. There’s gotta be an app for that.
Now let’s hear from Chloe:
Not sure if want. Hmm. What’s that? Why’s it doing that? What’s underneath there oh crap what’s it doing now? Holy crap. No. Get away. Don’t push it at me. I’mma flip this thing like a car after the Phillies win a pennant. He won’t let me flip it. What was that? Stop that. NO! NO! It’s evil. Why aren’t you listening to me? NO! Do not want. NO! NO! What? Do I want to play words with friends? I’m a f**king dog.
F minus from the Corgi.