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    08-28-2008, 08:24 AM
Why drink it from the bowl...

... when you can drink it from the tap???

Because that is what every other cat does... isn't it?

Yes well, my cat doesn't seem to realize that he's not supposed to like water. Someone obviously forgot to tell him. He will actually come running if he hears the bath or sink tap running. It can get quite annoying, when you're trying to brush your teeth and a fuzzy head keeps getting in the way. :roll:
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    08-28-2008, 11:15 AM
Green Broke
Ha ha! One of our cats does the same thing! Well, he doesn't stick his paw in the water, but he'll drink from it. When the kids were really little and took baths he'd sit on the edge of the tub and bat his paw at the bubbles.
    08-28-2008, 11:17 AM
LOL... My cat will hang out in the bathroom when she hears the shower running. Once we are out she hops into the shower and drinks the water from the floor and the soap dish thingy.
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