I think my cats hate video games, and I’m absolutely devastated

As many of you well know, I rather enjoyed cat adventure Stray recently. As an owner of two tortoiseshells myself, it was right up my alley. I do, however, have a confession to make. When I started seeing other real life cats enjoying the game alongside their respective humans, I began to feel sad and a bit left out. You see, my cats Maple and Midna (still!) haven’t shown any interest in Stray whatsoever, not even flicking up their ears in response to the cat’s in-game meow. I’m not gonna lie, it kinda broke my heart a little bit.

However, I’m beginning to think their (clear and apparent) hatred of video games goes further than simple disinterest. I was playing A Plague Tale: Requiem for the first time last week, a game famous for its swarms of screeching rats, and STILL nothing. they love hunting rats and bringing them home to leave as little presents for us on our back door step. Heck, they’ll even wig out and go into prowl mode when they hear them scrabbling away underneath our floorboards (yes, we do have a rat problem in our house). But clearly, their ice cold little murder hearts are unmoved by their video game equivalents. Is this what it’s like when your children reject your hobbies and go and sulk in their rooms for the rest of the day? Because it sure does feel like it.

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