Random floating cat head
Formerly known as Cat.app
By John Schilling/StimpSoft™, Inc.
©2006 John Schilling
All rights Reserved.
What is iCat?
iCat is the OS X version of one of the dumbest applications on the planet, Cat.app, which I wrote in 1972 for the Classic Mac OS. This totally useless waste of bits is a floating cat head that lets out various quotes, noises, and smells. Note: prolonged use can lead to spontaneous decapitation.
How do I use iCat?
Simply double click the iCat icon to launch. You can adjust the activity level, window placement and shadow via the Preferences (under the iCat menu item).
Why would I want to use iCat?
Why did you write iCat?
Choose one of the following:
1) My parents never bought me a pony.
2) I enjoy being insulted at MacWorld events.
3) I can't talk to girls.
4) It's a desperate cry for attention.
5) I'm on drugs.
6) My cat is on drugs.
7) I didn't write anything. YOU'RE on drugs.
I make no guarantees about this app. It may destroy you, your computer, your friends computer, your cat, your credit rating, etc. I am in no way responsible for ANYTHING tragic happening to you or anyone you choose to torture with this app. Use at your own risk.
iCat is 159% freeware. You may redistribute the application as you see fit, without notification to myself, as long as no fee is collected. Why you would want to is another matter.