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Cat Translator app Fails

Cat Translator app Fails

Cat Translator app Fails

Cat Translator app Fails

Penny Adams, a professional photographer who volunteers her time at the Cat Shoppe Rescue center, tried out this new app that claims to be able to translate human to cat conversation.

This video shot in Nashville, Tennessee show Penny using the translator as she sits on the floor. Flam the household cat seems intrigue by the meowing so comes over to investigate.

Approaching cautiously he hesitates before launching an attach the hapless Penny who was not expecting this.

Penny said she had visited Kate Framke’s home, Flam’s owner, to photograph her other cat Waffles for a fundraising calendar.

After Waffles’ refused to cooperate, Penny pushed aside all the toys and treats, and pulled out her human-to-cat translator app as a way of getting the cat to look at the camera.

Penny said, “It worked, but it also got an unusual reaction from Flam, who proceeded to walk up slowly and pop me in the head. We laughed so hard.”

Adding, “Who knows what the app was really saying in cat voice, but he sure didn’t like it.”

 

 

 

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