Fruit Ninja, My Favorite!

When Apple unveiled the first iPad and ushered in the tablet era, they probably didn’t realize what a hit it would be with the furry set.

Fruit Ninja, in particular!

Time for some TO.

Comments

  1. Dog Lover says:

    Having neither a kitteh nor an iPad, let me ask a dumb question: don’t the kittehs’ nails eventually rip holes in the screen? :)

  2. Sharon Wilson says:

    I must ask what that kitten was doing on the table!

  3. Jenny Islander says:

    @Dog Lover: iPads are actually made of glass. When you drop them, they discharge long, sharp slivers of glass all over the floor. (A$k me how I know.) If it isn’t glass-glass, it’s some glasslike compound that might as well be. So a cat’s claws can’t do much.

  4. I saw this and went out and downloaded it to my Galaxy Tab tablet, having never heard of “Fruit Ninja” before. Then I offered it to my cats. Kitty 1, she couldn’t be bothered. But kitty 2 started gunning for the fruit. :-) I think kitty 3 might have given it a try, but kitty 2 out-ranks her and she never got a chance.

  5. ^Also, most sensible people buy a screen protector which will not only add stability and probably prevent what Jenny mentioned in most cases (a shock-absorbing protective case also helps.)

    These things are pretty dang tough, and the ones I have take serious beatings, but once removed the screen underneath is pristine as when I bought it.

    They are made of glass, indeed. a specific type called Gorilla glass.

  6. Uh-Oh, moderation lounge! Ooo, chocolate macaroons.

  7. gangewifre says:

    THEY’RE LEARNING TO USE TECHNOLOGY. we’re doomed. ;)

  8. sabrina rose says:

    Great idea to amuse indoor cats – as long as there’s no broken bits of anything! Similar to putting a DVD of kitty games on the TV.

  9. “the furry set”

    Um.

  10. :lol: Those kitties are wondering “How can I get those moving round things?” :lol:

  11. I downloaded an app for cats and my cats just looked at it, then at me, and then walked away. So much for that!