A cat’s ear is also a remarkable piece of engineering, highly adapted to allow her to hear and pinpoint prey. Loud noises can adversely affect her, both physically and psychologically. It’s not uncommon for a cat to be afraid of loud noises, especially thunder and fireworks. They usually hide from such scenes. A cat suffering from a substantial fear of loud noises may begin to display anxious behavior before the thunder begins. Cats typically will run under a bed or under a chair to escape loud noises.
Most cats would run away from loud noise like hair driers and vacuum cleaners. The sound these things make prove scary to cats as they are very alert and sensitive. Meet a brave cat Bobo, he is quite different from others. He not only loves vacuum cleaners but also loves being vacuumed. He has a big heart. Watch how he enjoy the unconventional belly rubbing here.