Cat versus inkjet printer - Brit voice-over

This video will make you laugh, I can pretty well guarantee it. And when you watch it you will have to come to the conclusion that all domestic cats are British because the guy who does the voice-over has a sort of working class and slightly cockney British accent and as I said he does it brilliantly.

There is a world of cats who are fighting with inkjet printers. They are all over the planet slapping printers and chewing the paper that is ejected out of them. I think somebody made printers so that they could be toys for cats. I don't think you could have designed a better toy for a domestic cat than an inkjet printer because they never fail to fascinate. And cats always end up bashing the machine and chewing the paper. If they don't do that they're looking at it in fascination and when the paper starts to roll out they can't contain their excitement.



I reckon they think an inkjet printer is some sort of prey item. Note I use the word "item". Not an "animal". This is definitely an item and it is a word used by conservationists but in this instance it absolutely fits the bill. It is a living, dead creature. It is an active domestic cat toy and it has all the components you need to be a cat toy, one of which is that cat needs to destroy a bit of it.

In order to keep a toy interesting to a domestic cat they have to destroy it or at least part of it because that is how it happens in the real world. If a toy is made of plastic, the cat can't break it up and they lose interest.

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