Faithful – Vacuum cleaners are known to have a disrupted relationship with many cats. Escape the room or hide in the back corner as soon as the device turns on. But "Eller," a cat from Treuen Animal Shelter, is different. He loves vacuum cleaner.
The Eller cat has a special relationship with vacuum cleaners. "It all started with Eller always lying next to the device while vacuuming," says Karin Slogsnat, board member of Treuen Animal Shelter, in reference to the velvet paw.
At one point, a colleague once held a vacuum cleaner to Ellers' fur. He liked this particular type of massage.
"In fact, cats quickly escape when the vacuum cleaner succeeds. Eller is gone, he is very special," Slogsnat says.
In addition, massage is a win for hangovers – because in addition to massage, old hair is removed by the old vacuum cleaner.
Otherwise he would be licked, swallowed and vomited as a result. Eller was spared thanks to a massage.
With the official massage, the shelter posted the video on its official Facebook page.
In the short clip, you can see how Eller really enjoys a "vacuum cleaner massage".
A user commented: "Such a candy …..", another user writes: "Mine were always upset, sounds awful." Another woman adds, "Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
"But to give animals affection, we need employees, especially in the fall, especially the many animals found," says Slogsnat.
Therefore, the Treuen Animal Shelter is in a hurry to seek helpers to assist elderly and severely injured health care professionals. Above all, young cats need to be reared with a bottle, and kind employees are required.
"We can pay a small fee for help, but the most wonderful reward is paid directly on the spot in 'cash': Joy, love and gratitude to animals!", The association wrote on Facebook. "In addition, it would be good if employees came from close proximity to the loyalist," Slogsnat said.
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