All this kitten wants is to make the kitchen floor shine.
Most robotic vacs start off by cleaning in an outward spiral before finally arriving at the perimeters of a room. That kitten is probably light enough to avoid pressing the on/off button under his little paws. But if he wants to keep riding this vac, he'd better watch the kibble intake.
In response to the popular shark Roomba cat, a VFX guy posted a video of a CG shark in a tiger costume ... riding a robotic vac, of course.
Note that most robotic vacuums cannot handle wet spills. In fact, some are really good at spreading them around. Shop for a robotic vac carefully if your house is vulnerable to doggie accidents or other damp disasters.
This English bulldog pup, named Tank, is learning how to chew ... courtesy of a robotic vacuum.
Unfortunately, Tank is so into his incredibly expensive chew toy that he doesn't know he's headed right for a wall. A robotic vac does have at least a couple of wall sensors, but the sensors don't necessarily slow the vacuum down. They just tell the vac to stop or turn.