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Petit Qoobo: For Those Looking for a Smaller Robot Cat

Some people don’t want a real cat. They want a spherical hairball with a tail. They want a Qoobo.

“Stroke it, and the tail waves gently. Rub it, and the tail swings playfully. It occasionally wags just to say ‘Hello’!”

That’s Petit Qoobo, billed as a “cushion-type therapy robot.” It’s smaller than its full-size cousin, the regular Qoobo, and has apparently hit 929% of its crowdfunding goal as I write this. What can I say? People want what they want!

But listen: If it doesn’t try to bite me after petting it ever-so-slightly too long, then it’s just not like a real cat.

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Founder and editor-in-chief of Atomic Lagoon. Spends his time changing aquarium water, feeding cats, and watching old monster movies in 3D.


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