Cats are usually helpful when they want something from you, so it’s refreshing when ┬ácat helps someone out without any ulterior motives behind their actions. In this case, a cat lay against one of those lamps that you can turn on just by touching it with your finger.

When the cat lay against this lamp, nothing happened. Yet when the owner touched the cat’s nose, somehow this connection made the lamp turn on.

If you have one of those lamps that can turn on and off when you touch it, try leaning your cat against this lamp and touching the cat. This could be a useful scientific experiment that could get more people to either get touch-enabled lamps or touch-enabled cats.

To see a video of the cat turning on a lamp, click here.

[xyz-ihs snippet=”Amazon-Pet-Supplies”]