OK, but how did they get the cat into the bathtub?
Also: scar on wrist.
(Hat tip: Scissorhead Dennis Cole)
That cat is pretty calm for being in water. Turkish Van, perhaps.
Still – that wound on wrist.
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Still hasn’t learned that teaching kitty hands are toys is not a good idea.
As a former cat toy, I concur wholeheartedly.
Looks like one of my kitties, a lynx point. As with most cats, she is fascinated by water faucets and drips and streams, but NOT immersion. NOPE! Some cats are just not submerged-in-water-averse.
Ooo, and that burn or wound on the wrist. Ouch. He better tend to that.
Yeah – that wound was definitely NOT caused by that little fuzzer! It’s too neat, uniform, and too large for that cute little kitten to have inflicted it.
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Agreed. A burn would fit. It’s a weird place for an abrasion.
That’s a sweetheart of a kitten, very engaging. None of and I mean NONE of any of the cats we’ve ever been owned by would sit in a tub of water like that. We wore full body protection, rubber gloves, goggles and kevlar vests to wash our cats. One of them would launch herself right at whoever was unfortunate enough to be within leaping distance. It was terrifying.
Not as much fun as a (jewish) laser (in space) …
I can hear that on a Mystery Science Theatre 3K intro…
I’ve read the Maine Coon cat breed is tolerant of water.
Not ours. That’s for sure.
Ours was. She’d scratch at the shower door to be let in when it was in use.
Cats are weird.
TG say, “Cats are weird.”
That’s why we love them. You can’t tell a cat what to do, either. That’s also why we love them.
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