Lann, I think I know you, do you live in Atenveldt? D. ... ===== Viscountess Deirdre D Argenteuil, OL AtenveldtMessage 1 of 48 , Dec 1 8:25 AMView SourceLann,
I think I know you, do you live in Atenveldt?
--- Lachlann Graeme <lordlann@...> wrote:
> But it's EASY to bathe a cat! You just put the cat=====
> the bathtub and turn the shower on! It does work
> better if the tub has real doors... <G>
> Lann the Shirtless
> who's speaking from experience
Viscountess Deirdre D'Argenteuil, OL
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i knew one woman at work that bred (in a small way) siamese. she had one cat that LOVED to bath with her. she would put a towel on her tummy for tractionMessage 48 of 48 , Dec 2 10:20 PMView Sourcei knew one woman at work that bred (in a small way) siamese. she had one cat
that LOVED to bath with her. she would put a towel on her tummy for traction
while she was in the tub and her cat would hop in and lather up with her!
abyssinians (sp?) are said to love water. basically cats are bred from
> No. I have known several cats who enjoy a running shower. Our
> current cat being one. Mind that there is no direct water on
> them....That would be too wet. However, they both would climb into
> the shower and stay at the back and enjoy the fine mists and
> occasional splash off from thier owners or up to where they can
> easily view (top of the shower stall) and enjoy the heat and moisture.