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The Pnitty Mouse Feels Like a Cat or Dog Paw

by Conner Flynn
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Oh Japan, is there no end to your wackiness? No. There is not. That’s okay. That’s just the way we like it. Japanese inventors have done it again. They have created a computer mouse with a pad that simulates the feeling of pressing against the gentle paw of a six-month-old puppy or kitten. Yes, it’s true. And much as I hate to admit it, this is kind of awesome. I love cats.

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This device is called the Pnitty Mouse and it is shaped like a paw with five pink pads. The idea is that when you feel stressed at work, you can just turn it over and press.

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Once you touch that kitty/puppy paw, it will make everything better. Who doesn’t love holding paws with their animal?

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Right now, the mouse is gearing up for production via crowdfunding on the Japanese site Makuake. They have raised more than ~$8700(USD) out of their ~$8900 goal, so it’s almost certain that it will be going into production. You gotta love these weird Japanese inventions.

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