Our readers know we are great task masters on the Hu-Dad in the study, but did you know we were great multitaskers?

Yes, the Hu-Dad is at his desk working hard. We’ve made sure by checking in for ear rubs and chest scratches. He says we’re a big help. But we also monitor work outside his study doors as part of our multitasking. In this case, we’re watching the robovac to keep it out of the office. That thing just sneaks up on you sometimes.


  1. Julie on June 4, 2021 at 9:08 am

    How long has the robovac lasted? We go thru at least one vacuum a year, and we only have one mass-shedder!

    • The Thundering Herd on June 4, 2021 at 9:12 am

      We have two – one for the bedroom floor and one for living floor. The bedroom floor is about a year and a half old. The living floor is a half year. No telling how long they will last, but the humans love them.

  2. Jean Burkhardt on June 4, 2021 at 8:22 am

    Oh wow-I have to agree with Debbie and Ruby-that brush on the robovac just MIGHT come near you Typhoon!!!! I KNOW how much you dislike brushes!!

  3. Debbie and Ruby on June 4, 2021 at 7:17 am

    Watch out Typhoon…The robovac is just as bad as the brush!!

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