Pets vs Robots : The Ultimate Video Showdown
Welcome to Robotaholics's ultimate Pets vs Robots video page. We know you love secretly watching cuddly creatures surfing around the room on robotic vacuum cleaners.
Your boss saw you.
So to satisfy your machine-based animalistic urges, we've scoured the internet to bring you the ultimate video collection of Pets vs Robots.
If we've missed any videos that you think should be on this page, let us know in the comments and we'll add them in. Enjoy :)
Beware of the chicken
Feeling henpecked into cleaning the lounge?
James the chicken knows what to do.
Shark attack (almost)
Cat disguised as shark rides robot vacuum while chasing duck.
We couldn't make this stuff up. (We tried)
ROBO-SURFING CAT PUNCHES DOG
The title says it all.
Excuse us a moment while we take our medication.
There's nothing quite like going out for a gentle relaxing drive on a sunny afternoon with your partner...
A PRICKLY CHARACTER
The owners of this Roomba love their hedgehog so much that they bought a carpet to match.
...well, it must feel fast if your tortoise day job is being one of the world's slowest animals.
A HARE-RAISING EXPERIENCE
Okay, okay, we know this is a rabbit, not a hare, but we're not going to let the facts get in the way of a good headline.
LET'S GET READY TO ROOMBA: CAT vs Toddler
We're sure that, sooner or later, someone somewhere is going to create a law saying it's illegal to dress your toddler up as a shark, stick them on a robo-floor-cleaner, and fire them at the resident feline.
Until that time comes, enjoy...
ANOTHER MYSTERY SOLVED
Owners of Roomba robotic vacuums are often puzzled why their machines seem to randomly change direction for no apparent reason.
In a Robotaholic world exclusive, we can now reveal that it happens because they are avoiding bumping into invisible fighting ferrets...that only Roombas can see, of course.
Remember folks, you heard it here first.
Are you bored of listening to all those beeping notification noises from your robotic cleaner?
Wouldn't it be better if it had some kind of voice output system instead?
We believe we have found the solution.
Photo by Eirik Newth