This is a story about you.
You live alone with your cat and work full-time as a bookkeeper for multiple offices around your city. You make a sizeable income but decided on a modest home in what is usually a quiet suburban area. After a string of neighborhood robberies, you decide to invest in home security. You were reluctant to add the motion sensors to your security package but with how tech-savvy burglars are these days, you were even more reluctant to leave it out. Even if they disabled your alarms, the motion sensors would still send alerts to your phone.
You feel good about your purchase as you closely observe its setup. The maintenance fellow warns you that with the default settings, your cat won't trigger an alarm but she will trigger the motion sensors. That's all right, you say. She sleeps in the bedroom with you at night. If you need to leave her out of the room you'll change the settings. He shows you how to do it; you write it down and lay it on top of your fridge for safe