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Fake Cats?

Rest home, rehab, hospital, a furry friend is always welcomed.

Dancing elf introduces the Robotic Cat

There can be times in ones’ life where you need a cat, but a live one is verboten. (That’s German for “forbidden.”)

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If this ever happens to me, I would hope that someone, anyone, would give me one of these cats.

It has Cat-like movements & sounds: The revolutionary vibrapurr technology gives the cat an authentic purr that sounds and feels just like real purring. And purring has been proven to help heal the one hearing/feeling the purr. Just like a real cat would, our companion pet cat is able to open and close its eyes, lift its paw, open its mouth and move its head and body. The companion pet cat also has synthetic, soft, brushable colored fur inspired by real feline breeds.
Built in sensors: using the built in sensors, our companion pet cat responds to motion and touch such as petting and hugging, much like the real cats you know and love, but doesn’t require any special care or feeding. Hey, that means no litter box!
A rich and enjoyable experience: Designed to bring comfort, companionship and fun to loved ones. The ease of care and convenience paired with their state of the art technology makes for the best possible interactive experience for older adults living in senior communities or aging at home, and their caregivers or simply just a person that could use some extra company.
Award winning: Joy For All companion pets won the caregiver friendly award from today’s caregiver two years in 2016 and 2017. This product has appeared in the new York times, people magazine and the Baltimore sun. It has also been seen on CBS and the doctors and heard on BBC radio.
Ageless innovation: ageless innovation is a global company devoted to developing fun and engaging products for older adults. Beginning with the award-winning line of Joy For All companion pets, originally designed and launched by Hasbro, ageless innovation is focused on creating products that promote fun, joy and play while creating meaningful connections for aging loved ones, their families, and caregivers.

One Comment

  • Lou Carreras

    Hi Susan, while few care facilities these days have live in cats and dogs I know of one or two where the pooch or kitty comes to visit. Not too long ago I was reading an article of one shelter that had a kitten socialization program with nursing home. The kittens would be brought in once or twice a week to socialize with residents. It was a plus for the residents, and for the shelter being that young cats who are socialized to being with humans are easier to place in homes. I certainly hope that if I wind up in such a place that they ave a program like that.
    By the way Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your feline friends ( who I am certain are requesting holiday treats and catnip).

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