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Steve always joked around saying dogs couldn't talk, despite the fact his cats can, but one day that saying would...somewhat be put to rest. In the episode, "", Steve tries to discover who bit through a wire that connected to a TV speaker. Of course, Sylvester denies it, but there was no way to tell if Shelby did it, or even witnessed it, until Steve got an idea. Steve remembers Pixar's 2009 movie, "Up", and how the dogs in it all had translation collars that would speak whatever came to the dogs' heads. Drawing inspiration from the invention, Steve went to work, and eventually completed his very own translation collar titled the "K9 Neuron Energy To Audio Converter Collar". Using its wave-receptors, an 8-bit audio interface, and a mobile text-to-speech program, the collar helps Steve to understand what Shelby is thinking. When the collar is around her neck and turned on, we (the viewers watching) are able to get a better understanding of Shelby's personality. Shelby is a bit erratic with her thoughts as she'll sometimes repeat one word or phrase over and over, or she'll provide actual sentences telling you how she is, her response to a question, etc.
It’s still better than “Cop Dog”.
My daughter watches this on Netflix all the time, she loves it. So my wife and I have had the pleasure of multiple viewings.
Dan jokes about a sequel?
Great. Why not “A Talking Cat!?! vs. Cop Dog”?(!?)
This one’s a bit of a black sheep (ha ha!) in the category because it actually features a pig who was raised on a farm with sheepdogs and thus thinks he’s one. Sort of. Basically, it’s about Babe and his journey to really find himself… you know, as pigs are wont to do. Also there are plenty regular talking dogs, too. Just in case you were worried. Oh, and lest you wonder of there was a sequel, well, there was: Babe, Pig in the City.Funny cartoon video with two cartoon animals: Talking Tom the cat and Talking Ben the dog. These talking friends talktom talking cat, tease each other, make fun of each other, fight with each other.
Funny moments of life Talking Ben the dog and Talking Tom the cat.
Nice short cartoon video for children to watch.Talk to the Talking Cat & Background Dog. She answers with her funny voice and reacts to... Talking Cat & Background Dog2 is developed by Kaufcom Games Apps Widgets. Read the full review of Talking Cat & Background Dog at In this episode, Sylvester the Talking Kitty Cat is in big trouble for trying to get Shelby (The Dog) taken by a stranger. After Steve and Sylvester get into an argument, Shelby's feelings are hurt and Gibson gets left out.
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The animals are so funny friends. The dog Ben is teasing and laughing cat Tom, then the cartoon creatures fighting to each other. It's very funny video for children to watch.You have certainly realized so far that My Talking Dog 2 – Virtual Pet is not just another dog game for kids. Get a my virtual pet game for your child and check if they are ready for a real pet to take care of. Virtual pet games like talking puppy, talking kitty cat or any of the talking animals will test your kids’ patience and caring skills and will show whether a cute baby dog should join your family. My virtual pet games do not only test kids in patience and compassion, but they also develop the sense of empathy and responsibility for others. Talking games are not what they used to be; they are now tools for kids to learn through play. Get a cute talking animal for your kid. Have fun together!