Cat Dynamics

Bringing cat technology to the common man.


Of all God's creatures there is only one that cannot be made the slave of the lash. That one is the cat. If man could be crossed with a cat it would improve man, but it would deteriorate the cat.

Mark Twain (1835-1910)



Any true cat lover knows that nothing comes between you and your cat. Unfortunately, however, technology always has. Have you ever lost a cat to an automobile accident? Have you ever had to have your cat put to sleep because it could no longer function normally on a day to day basis?

These problems are no more. Thanks to the newest in robotics and cybernetics, we have been able to deliver, at a reasonable price, the latest technology for cat lovers everywhere. Our state-of-the-art parts guarantee that your cat will be back on his feet in no time within days after the operation.

We are able to undertake massive reconstructive surgery on your cat. While science has been unable to create decent robotic parts that are light-weight enough and inexpensive enough for human use, our cat parts are very light and moderately inexpensive!

We can replace legs, arms, midsections, and are even working on replacing the entire body! Our technology is always improving, thanks to a hardworking R&D division.

The diagram to the left shows the internal workings of our friend Sherbet. He's quite the trooper, and has accomodated well to his new endoskeleton!

Not all cats have bodies that are able to adapt easily to these parts, but we are always ready to try alternatives, and are often successful!

Hector lost all four of his legs in an automobile accident, and his body had taken too much damage to be able to adapt to new legs. Now Hector is the automobile, with his very own set of all-terrain wheels! This rig is actually part of Hector -- his brain waves do the driving!

Our services go beyond robotic appendages. We are also researching mechanical mouths, noses, ears, and eyes. We just recently completed our first fully operational artificial eye!

Skipper lost an eye to a BB gun, but thanks to us he still has his peripheral vision! Our artificial eye is a medical breakthrough -- it beams images directly into the brain. This technology is currently being carried over for use in humans, but due to heavy regulatory issues concerning brainwaves, it may be a while before it sees the light of day. Thank god animals don't have the same regulatory issues!

Skipper's eye is also rigged with a transmitter. A video of his meanderings has been released, called "A Day in the Life of a Cat". It truly has to be seen! This video has been the center of attention in the psychology community since its release, as it provides new "insight" on the mind of a cat. A commercial release is coming soon, and will be available through our website!

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