The solution provided is incorrect, there is no connection between animal and Bear or Cat

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Your code so far

function Cat(name) { = name;

Cat.prototype = {
constructor: Cat

function Bear(name) { = name;

Bear.prototype = {
constructor: Bear

function Animal() {}

Animal.prototype = {
constructor: Animal,
eat: function() {
  console.log("nom nom nom");

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Can you explain what you mean in greater detail please?

Sorry, this was two stages.
removing the eat from Bear and Cat has removed the functionality,
Moving to Animal did not solve the DRY.

Thanks for super quick reply.

I still don’t fully understand what you mean, but connecting the animal base class to the cat and bear derived classes is the next lesson.

You must make “Bear and “Cat”” inherit from Animal
after moving eat property to animal
so they can call eat()

correct, but that was the next step.