New iPad Game for Cats – Painting Without the Mess!

Wow! I hope you can save and print! Chaco’s going to be very excited when he gets his new game!


New iPad Game for Cats – Painting Without the Mess!

Tue, May 3, 2011

Gifts & Miscellaneous

The creative team over at Little Hiccup has done it again. They’ve found another way to get you to turn over your expensive new gadget to your cat. They just launched Paint for Cats, an iPad app designed just for cats. You choose the color palette and let kitty do the work! Watch as she chases the mouse around the screen, creating an original work of art.

I know, I know, you’re thinking “What? You want me to let my cat do what?” I asked TJ over at Hiccup how he addresses that issue, and he told me that most cats do not use their claws when they play the game. Cats seem to know that they can’t sink their claws into the glass, which probably wouldn’t scratch with a cat’s claw any more easily than it would with your finger nail, however, they do recommend using a screen protector just to be safe.

I don’t have an iPad, but this makes me want one so I can print out my furkids’ artwork and put it on the fridge. Download the game for $1.99 over at

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No Responses to “New iPad Game for Cats – Painting Without the Mess!”

  1. 1

    Cathy H.

    May 3rd, 2011 at 9:46 am

    I downloaded this over Easter, and my Cornish Rex, Duncan, really loved it! We also have the “Game for Cat” for the iPad. My other cats aren’t quite as excited about it as Duncan, but they still make some pretty cool artwork! Here’s a funny video of Duncan playing it on my iPad. (Make sure you have a screen protector!

2 responses to “New iPad Game for Cats – Painting Without the Mess!

  1. Sounds good to me, but I think its not good for the ipad.

  2. M. Reddy-Hjelmfelt

    Hi @webhostingindia!I’m happy to report no damage was done to the iPad. The screen protector did a great job keeping the screen from getting scratched and the cats are not declawed. If you do have cats, just invest in a good protector and don’t let the cat nails get TOO sharp and your iPad will be fine.

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