Stop Your Cat from Surfing for Kitty Porn

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How many times has this happened to you? You leave your computer to grab a cup of coffee or to pay the pizza guy. While you're up, your cat Fluffy Bottom hops up onto the desk and does the foxtrot right on your keyboard. When you get back to the computer, you find that your document is full of clever phrases like "okkkklllllllllklklklklk," your operating system is now Linux, and you seem to have ordered 500 pounds of catnip from Ebay.

What you need is Pawsense, the cat-guarding software!

No, it's never happened to me, either, but then again I don't have a cat. Apparently those critters will take a stroll on anything. If you are actually suffering from this affliction, then it sounds like the Pawsense software could help. It detects cat-like typing patterns (perhaps that would be something like, "feed me you miserable human"?), then prevents further typing until you unlock it. It also plays sounds cats hate, like the harmonica, to teach the cat to avoid the evil harmonica-playing machine.

Also you might try turning off that fish tank screensaver.

Check out the software.

 

Posted by Felix on 2005-07-28 15:34:33
I'm holding out for the electified containment field around the computer keyboard that knocks the cat out for about 15 minutes. Then you can attach the cat to the end of a mop handle and dust with it until it wakes up. Now that would be spiffy!
Felix has it
Posted by FrankA on 2005-08-02 22:37:48
Now all s/he has to do is invent it. I'll buy one.
f*ck felix and frankA
Posted by micky mouse on 2005-08-14 18:50:07
FrankA u shifty shit was the f*ck r u talking about u r a f*cking nerd that cat is a fat f*ck it should get off the keybourd before it breaks it frankA f*cks cats
 

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