Sega Toys has unveiled an updated version of their electronic cat, the Yume Neko “Dream Cat” Venus that offers a whole lot more possible movement compared to its predecessor. Available as a life-sized Norwegian Forest Cat, it is able to respond appropriately to touch or vocal prompts. You’ll need to pick up Japanese though, since it has been tuned to that language at the moment. For example, when you say “there there”, she’ll purr at you. Movements comprise of lying down, reacting to touch thanks to numerous hidden sensors, reacting to light and moving her paws about. Each $110 purchase comes with a plastic comb for grooming purposes, and good thing there is no kitty litter to change with this.
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