Monday, November 3, 2008

What Does Your Kitty Do When It’s All Alone?

ANDERSON, S.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – When your cat is all alone, it might be up to no good.

Luckily, the Mr. Lee CatTrack allows pet owners to see where their kitty goes when it’s let out of the house by putting a GPS-style system on Fluffy’s collar.

Spokesperson Juergen Perthold says users have a “high curiosity” about what their paw pal is up to since, in his words, “Cats can’t tell you what they’re doing.”

Perthold says it’s important to know where your cat has been to protect your pet.

He explains, “You can see if your neighbor is trying to shoot the cat. Then you can tell it, ‘Don’t go there.’”

Perthold says users have found out their feline’s favorite hot spots, including roofs and even bars, and found that cats like to meet up with their friends under cars and catch birds.

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