Cat in a shark suit on a Roomba, with duckling and human baby


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That’s not the way cats behave. I think maybe he’s pining for the fjords.


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I am amazed by how happy the cat seems to be riding the Roomba around. I’m wondering if he figured out it’s the safest place to be when the thing is running.


#4

Not only that, but it keeps its tail away from the sensor.


#5

Furthermore, the cat doesn’t kill/eat/gift the duckling… as far as we know…


#6

Poor Roomba can’t figure out where the cat hair is coming from.


#7

As a troll I’m supposed to hate everything.

I have failed, I love this vid.


#8

My cat always acts paralyzed when I put a harness or clothing on him. Perhaps its the same effect for this one? I hope her Adsense payments can pay for that roomba. So expensive these days!


#9

Is that really the most efficient pattern for the Roomba to clean the floor?

Also, I seem to have suffered temporary cat-blindness.


#10

There’s a newer vid that shows the duckling all grown up.


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No, but it’s the way Siamese cats behave. If we were to acquire a floor sweeping robot of flat-ish design, I would not at all be surprised to find our Siamese riding it.


#13

Awesome. Note: I wasn’t seriously suggesting that the duck had been eaten; I was simply noting that this cat is unusually zen, but that was first made clear by the cat and dog living together. This is a disaster of biblical proportions!


#14

This lady obviously has some species-identification issues… cats in shark suits, dogs dressed as ducks, etc…unnatural if you ask me.

The dog has that kind of, “Please kill me!” look on his face too.


#15

Henri is hands-down the best cat-video series ever to grace the intertrons.


#16

The shark-suited, roomba-riding cat’s expression brought Henri to mind instantly.


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