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Thread: Does your kitty do this?

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    Moderator tlrnhi's Avatar
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    In the middle of a mess...
    I don't think I've gone to the bathroom alone in years!
    Not since the girls were born or I've had cats, which I've had cats all my life lol

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    Power Poster sandpat's Avatar
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    Yep...here he waiting for someone to come turn it on for him

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    Super Member drivingsusan's Avatar
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    Me too! If I even look like I am going to the bathroom Molly races in, sits on the counter and makes her most 'dying of thirst, helpless kitty' impersonation!

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    No, my cats aren't allowed on the counters or tables, but the picture is so cute of your cat. I've had cats all my life. Mine are 17 yrs. and 12 yrs. old.

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    for a moment i thought that was his toothbrush in the pic!! cute. cats love running water. actually people do too, the sound of it is relaxing.

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    Wow,I didn't imagine there would come up so many kitties that do the same as he does. I have hadsome kitties, but he is the only one who is not afraid of water.
    It is funny to discover that we call this kind of cats American Short Haired here, I know you call them Domestic Short Haired, right? LOL

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    Super Member kwhite's Avatar
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    I have terrible allergies, so all of the cats I have owned have gotten baths regularly. They learn to love them. BooBoo and now Boots will get into the shower with you. Lola hasn't quite gotten into it yet.

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    Senior Member Missi's Avatar
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    My cat started this habit when my faucet leaked in my apartment during college. I told the land lord and he didn't fix it, he paid the water bill and the cat loved the dripping faucet it was a win win situation. That was until I moved and won't let the faucet drip for her all day. I know I am a mean mean mean mom. She tells me all the time when I won't turn it on. It has been over a year but she will still beg and plead for me to turn the water on.

    Her newest is to drink the bath water when I am taking a bath. She just moves the bubbles out of the way :)

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    It's my boy cat's primary water source. Unfortunately since the boss lady cat died, he has to wait for a human to turn on the water. The late kitty would turn it on but never turned it off. He can open doors so he's not completely useless.

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    Super Member chris_quilts's Avatar
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    I have one male cat, Jake, who will drink from a water or milk glass by dipping his paw into the glass and then licking off the liquid. We did have a cat who would drink from the running faucet but he would also drink from the bowl if he had to which was most of the time. My other male cat, Romeo, will drink from my coffee cup if it's cool enough and close to the top of the cup. I do cover that with a suacer usually but my DD doesn't always remember this so sometimes she doesn't even drink her coffee b/c Romeo got there first.

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