Sega may be permanently out of the video game console business, but the company has cornered the market on one very important part of the electronics industry. I'm speaking, of course, about sentient robotic cats.
Sega's Yume Neko Smile is the world's foremost android cat, and the newest iteration, Yume Neko “Dream Cat” Venus is a life-sized Norwegian Forest Cat that comes with with more possible movement than the original Smile and the ability to respond to your voice.
Movements include laying down, reaction to touch from a number of hidden sensors, reaction to light from a hidden forehead photo-receptor, and the ability to move her paws around, and if you say "here here" in Japanese, it will purr at you. Presumably, if you say "Stop puking on everything!" it will respond with, "I'm a fake cat, idiot."
Please look at this youtube video and try not to go mad:
While I'm sure you'd love to have one of these in your home, they come with a warning: I've seen enough cheesy 1980s sci-fi flicks to determine the robot cats' real purpose. Once you've let it into your home and become comfortable with it, your robot cat friend will access its real programing and begin beaming details about your day-to-day routine to its robot overlords. This will aid them in their plan to enslave humanity and force us to toil endlessly in outer space diamond mines.
Also: Robot Cat will take pictures of you naked.