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We interviewed it’s creator, Professor Luther Robertson, of the University of West Belfast:
DFTFC: Professor, can you tell us a little about this amazing new invention.
Prof: The Cat-Trap, (patent pending) is the most sophisticated and efficient method of cat control since the air rifle was first invented. It is both easy to operate and clean and tidy, I also find it very unobtrusive in the garden.
DFTFC: In our own tests we found that it left quite a mess, when the cat was, err removed.
PROF: Yes the basic model does leave a little to be desired there, but the advanced model has its own cleaning system - which is a vast improvement.
DFTFC: ahh - good. We also found that it was prone to catching small rodents, and on one occasion a child.
PROF: Pah, a minor bug, that will be ironed out shortly.
DFTFC: Could you explain to us in terms an American would understand, how this machine actually works.
PROF: Basically when the cat steps into the trap (lured there by cat smells) a sensor is triggered and the jaws clamp shut with a force equivalent to 20kg of TNT.
DFTFC: We said in terms an American could…forget it. Thank you professor.
PROF: No thank you, and can I just say what a wonderful web site you all run.
Well there you have it from the mouth of the creator of the Cat-Trap. Here at DFTFC we intend to get a couple of these to put in our office gardens. The Cat-Trap will be available in DIY stores around the world from March, retailing at a mere $80, nothing if you consider for a moment the benefits of removing moggies form your premises.