Cat or mouse? (or: are our homes getting a bit too electronic?)

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Cat or mouse? (or: are our homes getting a bit too electronic?)

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1thorold
jul 17, 2010, 6:44am

Not really a Cuecat problem, but I couldn't resist sharing this. I came home just now to find that my robot floor-cleaner had been doing a bit of hunting and had left me a little present:



Moral: remember to check for trailing (USB) leads before going out. I'm happy to say that the CueCat is alive and well, if a little dusty. And presumably suffering from a species identity complex. Anyone know a good Cuecat psychotherapist?

2jjmcgaffey
jul 17, 2010, 11:43pm

LOL!

Gotta show this to my sister - she has both a robot vacuum and a CueCat...(also several real cats, so she doesn't leave stuff dangling. But still).

3MarFisk
jul 18, 2010, 1:44am

Yep. she showed it to me. One of the first things I taught the two most recent kittens in my house was "no cords." Never thought I had to teach my vacuum :).

4thorold
jul 18, 2010, 6:25am

I should say that I'm impressed that the Roomba still managed to find its way back from the study to the charger in the hall despite all the cable wrapped round its brushes and dragged along behind. I'd have expected it to stay where it was, beeping helplessly, until someone came along to untangle it.

5suitable1
jul 8, 2011, 9:52pm

Well, at least it wasn't left on your bed.