Another cat that seems to enjoy bath time!
Nicky’s life with cats takes place in rural North Texas where she lives with three cats, two rats, one dog, two boys and a very patient husband.
When Nicky is not driving her children from one activity to another, she enjoys photography, playing piano and guitar (beginner) and creating videos for the family and for competition. Nicky holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theater Performance which as it turns out only means she is an experienced waitress (a skill set that comes in handy when one has animals and children).
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not gonna lie. I bathe my cat too. But she has skin problems and we only bathe her to help her skin feel better when it flares up. she’s actually pretty good. she doesn’t LOVE it, but she doesn’t try runing away either
This cat looks drugged to me!
Awwww, I don’t think he looks happy at all. You don’t need to bathe cats unless they do have skin problems. Their saliva actually has a deodorant element in it and that’s why cats smell so good.
wish mine would too!
“You’ll pay for this, all of you!”
I don’t know that he likes it so much ,as seems to be tolerating it or he is just resigned to it. And that water running full strength on his little back can’t feel that good either! Sorry, but I don’t see a kitty enjoying a bath I see a scared kitty.
I don’t think he was drugged. Just look at the daggers coming out of those eyes. LOL That’s one very tolerant kitty kat.
If I were the owners, I’d be checking my slippers for dead mice or worse for the next few days.
Please ask the owners not to do that to that poor cat again!!!
I agree with Glenda. I think he looks a little traumatized. He certainly doesn’t look like he’s enjoying it.
My cat likes to be bathed. I think he thinks it is an extension of being brushed and groomed. I like it because if gets t=rid of the pollen and dust in his long hair.
Payback’s a b**ch!!!
I’ve seen a lot of cat videos where the cats love water and get right in the tub and swim or put themselves under faucet water. You can tell they love water. I had a cat who used to jump in the shower with me. If you look toward the end of that video, the cat has given up and you can see that in his eyes and face. Many cats are more timid and don’t fight, and this poor guy just laid his head down in defeat. I’ve rescued and fostered many cats that needed to bathed because of fleas and I know the difference from the behavior and the look on their faces. I felt awful for him.
Somebody shall say cats don`t like water – look this little film.