iPad artwork created by cats put on sale to raise money for charity

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By RaduTyrsina on Dec 26, 2013 at 9:05 AM
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    At the beginning of this month, we were sharing with you an amazing portrait of Morgan Freeman that has been finger-painted on an iPad. This time the story also involves painting done on the iPad but not by humans, but by cats. Some of the cats currently living in at the Belfast (Ireland) adoption center of Cats Protection in Dundonald have been painting, and their creations are on sale to raise money for the Cats Protection charity organization.

    During the painting, the rescue cats have enjoyed hours of stimulation and enjoyment, chasing a mouse by using the Paint For Cats iPad app. The squeaking mouse moves around the screen, obviously making the cat to try and catch it. So, when the little feline pounces or scratches the screen, a brushstroke will be imprinted. Bel Livingstone, manager of the adoption center, explained:

    Volunteer Valeria Higgins, who started the project, added the following:

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