In the digital world, we're accustomed to everything being driven by the absolute 1 or 0. You can also add in Tri-stated too, but that doesn't really count for computational or conditional logic. Analog allows for degrees of data, but at some point, is still driven by a specific cut off point. To start to understand the concepts of "more correct than incorrect", we need fuzzy logic, which is used in digital computers, but requires a lot more computation than a simple on / off switch.
Our parking lot takes a short-cut to fuzzy logic with cats. We've got a field across the street that has a small population of feral cats. They seem to be happy and healthy enough - although some mystery person does bring some food. I suspect that they'd find enough to eat regardless, but the extra food stacks the deck a bit in their favor.
I've heard that in the wild, cats can be quite vicious predators. In fact for the most part, I think that, while if dogs were larger than us, they'd be happy to let us use them as beds, cats larger than us would eat us. But, as long as they aren't eating any of the PC boards or parts that come through here, I don't mind having them around.
Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear
But he had no microcontrollers to play with