This is a vacuum cleaner dog, developed by a vanguardist but polemic company. They alter animals and install machine parts on them mixing genetics and mechanics. They say they want to enhace animal's natural abilities to produce the perfect machines. This "product" looks and acts as a real dog, until you want to use it, you activate the switch on his forehead, and you can sit and relax while it searches for dust, or you can set it to manual, and manuever it using it's tail.
As expected, there have been a lot of protests for this, some claim it's animal cruelty, some say altering genes is a sin, but it seems nobody can stop the development of machine-animals; on the first day of release, Living Machines sold half a million vacuum cleaners.
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