Teaching future robot overlord to brush a cat is not a good idea
According to The Mary Sue, "Taylor Veltrop put this rig together using a Nao robot, a Kinect sensor bar, two Wii remotes, a head-mounted display, and a treadmill" to conduct this experiment. As I've often pointed out, it's good to have a hobby, but this particular one may not be in the best interest of humanity. As you all know, cats are here to observe us, take careful notes and transmit their findings back to other aliens. Allowing the cats to bond with the robots will ensure that when the robots take over, the aliens will help them, using thousands of years of data to enslave us. We will not stand one single chance. Don't say I didn't warn you, brush-boy.