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How to tell the difference between a cat and a car?

How to tell the difference between a cat and a car?

How to tell the difference between a cat and a car?

I’m not sure and that worries me because I think we have a lot of similarities with cars.

And no, don’t try and drive me down the shops, and if you try and stick your shopping in my booty, you’ll get scratched, and your shoes pooped in.

What I mean is some people think all cats, like all cars, are the same.

We’re not; much as I like to think I’m a tiger, I’m only a tiger on the inside.

So yes, not all cars are the same. For example, if you’re driving a dinky little electric box, then you’re going to be using less than a giant SUV that looks ready for invading somebody’s country.

I’m all fuzzy/purry over the news that caremiles has put together an app to help you work out your car’s environmental impact. It uses EPA standards which sound scientific and boring to you; imagine how they say to me? I’m a cat. I can’t even read!

We let you know exactly how many trees your gas car is using, or your saintly little electro box is saving. So you can see if you need to plant some trees to call it even, and even pay somebody else to plant some trees for you.

I don’t know why they went with trees though. You humans like trees. But for a cat, they’re someplace dogs chase me up. I suggested they measure your environmental impact on fish, and you could feel good by giving me more fish. But who listens to a cat? Am I right?

No instead, they work with farmers through organizations such as Trees for the Future to plant Garden Forests that help the environment, improves farmers’ lives and makes the world a nicer place. The only downside is that I’m still not getting any fish, and there are still more trees for me to get chased up.

Caremiles app will work with most models of cars, doesn’t track your data, or require you to install any hardware. It does need you to send me a large, whole tuna fish (ok, our lawyers have asked me to say this isn’t, in fact, true)

To save the environment, plant trees, cool the planet, don’t send me a fish. Yay.

I’m off for a nap typing is difficult when you can’t read.

How to tell the difference between a cat and a car? – Policy Blog
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