TV for Cats: 8 Hours of Visual and Sound Stimulation
My cat was having so much fun with this! She was spinning her head around following the fish, and a few times she even tapped at the screen, though it ended up pausing the video or closing out of full screen so I had to fix it for her. She would get annoyed if I tried to take the iPad from her, but she fell asleep so I turned it off I'm glad she's enjoying it!
This for your cat to stop it's midnight zoomies. At first, he was playing happily, but one time he attacked the fish, got spooked by something and preformed two consecutive jumps on all fours. It looked hilarious. I never saw him jump so high up and backwards at the same time.
Originally published locally as Jon in 1976, then in nationwide syndication from 1978 as Garfield, it chronicles the life of the title character, Garfield the cat; Jon Arbuckle, his human owner; and Odie, the dog. As of 2013, it was syndicated in roughly 2,580 newspapers and journals, and held the Guinness World Record for being the world's most widely syndicated comic strip.
Though this is rarely mentioned in print, Garfield is set in Jim Davis' hometown of Muncie, Indiana, according to the television special Happy Birthday, Garfield. Common themes in the strip include Garfield's laziness, obsessive eating, love of coffee and lasagna, disdain of Mondays, and diets. Garfield is also shown to manipulate people to get whatever he wants. The strip's focus is mostly on the interactions among Garfield, Jon, and Odie, but other recurring characters appear as well.
Originally created with the intentions to "come up with a good, marketable character", Garfield has spawned merchandise earning $750 million to $1 billion annually. In addition to the various merchandise and commercial tieins, the strip has spawned several animated television specials, two animated television series, two theatrical featurelength liveaction/CGI animated films, and three fully CGI animated directtovideo films.