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Why can cats interpret things on a monitor/tv, but dogs cannot?
E.g. you can see a lot of videos where cats are smashing some mouse or spider on an ipad, but I have never seen it with a dog. I have a dog myself and I know that he sometimes responds to the sounds ...
Jun 24 '13 at 7:25
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