Apple computers expand customer base to include cats

Apple has expanded its outreach. In their search to claim even more of "market share", they have apparently discovered a niche market for iPad games.

Children? Well, that's been happening for a long time already. No, we're talking about cats.

Think your cat is bored and needs to have more fun? Well, maybe you'll want to lend him your iPad (though we're not sure what effect claws have on the screen). Yes, there are Apps available so your cat can play games on the iPad.

Is your cat driving you crazy with its incessant meowing? Sit him in front of your iPad and it will keep him busy for hours.  The cat will now be involved in chasing a virtual mouse, frog, fish, laser ball. etc.

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