Put a vacuum cleaner near most cats and they’ll freak out and run as if a zombie horde were chasing them. However, turn on a vacuum cleaner to one cat and that cat happily stretches out and lets the vacuum cleaner suck off any dirt and debris clinging to its fur.

If you think all cats act the same way, you haven’t seen a cat lazily lounging around while a vacuum cleaner massages its body. The next time you turn on a vacuum cleaner, 99% of the cats will run and hide from the noise, but check to see if your cat might belong to that 1% that actually thinks the vacuum cleaner might be a cat grooming device.