This behavior is quite common for cats and especially kittens. Cats are very curious by nature so it should come as no surprise that they would be intrigued by mirrors. A cat can become fixated on their reflection and try to interact with this “new” cat. This behavior is normal and should not cause you any alarm , unless of course your cat develops an unhealthy relationship with itself and won’t leave the mirror.
Your cat rides the roomba because riding a roomba is fun! Wouldn’t you ride the roomba if you could? My niece tried to ride it too (when she was 3 years old).
A roomba is a robot vacuum that cleans your floors. Most pets are scared of roomba robots because they can be quite loud machines, but other cats seem to like riding the roomba — it’s like surfing… without the water! Cats probably wouldn’t like surfing because most cats don’t like water. You might be surprised that some cats actually like water!
This is peanut riding the roomba. Peanut likes riding the roomba almost as much as he likes chasing the laser light. Take a look at this article to see how fast he is!!
Cats most often leave their tongue sticking out when they are grooming themselves. Sometimes they will lick their fur and then stop for a moment. At this point their tongue is sticking out a little bit — grab the camera if you have time!
Cats sometimes stick their tongue out while they are sleeping. Your cat’s mouth may open slightly and his tongue may come out a little bit. Again, get your camera ready — great photo opportunity! You might also be wondering why your cat always moves when you are about to take a photo!
You may need to be concerned if your cat’s mouth stays open all the time. If this is happening, your cat may have injured his mouth, and he may need to see a veterinarian to make sure that he is okay.
However, most of the time there is nothing to worry about when your cat sticks out his tongue!