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Animals are increasingly integrated in interactive contexts depending on digital technologies. The current and future use of such technologies is a relevant topic for HCI research. However, the field is struggling with the inherent problem of 'interaction' in understanding interaction with animals. We argue for a way forward based on an ethnomethodological perspective on anthropomorphism, with a focus on manifest interaction. Drawing upon a field study of hunters' use of a GPS dogdoi:10.1145/1978942.1979328 dblp:conf/chi/WeilenmannJ11 fatcat:7tal7jrx6fahtgxh5amtwbkjpm