I reviewed a few robot vacuums way back in the day, and they always seemed to get to work in the middle of the night shortly after I forgot they were in the house. These autonomous cleaners can be scary when they kick on and you aren’t expecting it.
I can only assume that the home in the video here is the home of the neighborhood cat lady. I don’t even want to try and count that many cats. One thing is for sure, those curious cats aren’t fans of robot vacuums. Sure, at first, they are all cool about the vacuum. In the beginning, I think they are just trying to figure out if it wants to hand out omnoms and pets, or if they should attack it or not.
As the vacuum moves to the other side of the room, kitties follow. As the vacuum gets under the table and suddenly moves forward our feline friends are having none of it and simultaneously lose it – except for those two who look ready to kill. That poor vacuum just wants to slurp up cat hair.
[via Laughing Squid]