The online retail outlet ThinkGeek has come up with twitchy cat ears and tail for feline pet owners.
Now pet owners can show how they feel about their pets via an electronic device that mimics the pet’s features and actions. ThinkGeek has begun sales of its Twitchy Kitty electronic cat ears and tail.
The beautiful thing is that these electronic accessories work in a very similar manner as a cat’s ears and tail. Thus feline pet owners can finally move like their pet cats and the owner-pet bonding can take on a whole new meaning.
The ears and tail are used to behaviorally emote in such a manner that one acts and looks like a cat. The target market is cosplayers or costume players.
Also those who seek to engage in trick and treat for Halloween are on the lookout for such an electronic device. The tail costs $34.99 and has a switch which could be used to activate and deactivate it. It can be easily attached to the waistband of your trousers.
The tail can wag and it shows that like a cat you want some privacy. It could also show the hunting instinct in you or be a sign of pure annoyance and irritability.
As for the ears, they come for $29.99. They can be attached to the head with a hairband-like device. The ears are controlled by a remote gadget and they have eight variegated positions which reflect various emotions that the cat is feeling.
Those who visit online forums requested the company ThinkGeek to make the cat ears and tail in many colors. This is a request that just might get fulfilled soon as the company diversifies.
Cat lovers just cannot get enough of the device. It is fun, fabulous and fantastic. There were those who lent their two cents worth of wisdom by saying that maybe the electronic ears and tail of a wolf would be a suitable invention in the future.
They also made the suggestion that a different type of fur would be ideal as a substitute for a feline’s velvety soft coat. However, ThinkGeek has expressed the fact online that it cannot afford to make the device in more than one color for the present. What the future holds is something that should be left to the future itself.
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