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Thor, Bathroom Savior Kitty

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Are you afraid to shower or bathe alone?  Need a companion to lay in your arms as you tinkle?  Terrified of closed doors?  Have No Fear!  Thor Is Here!  A kitten so full of vigor and sweetness, never afraid to get his furs sprinkled with shower over spray, will sacrifice the tip of his tail to the bathtub God for your protection!  Need an a close up kitten scan of your tooth brushing skills?  He's gotcha covered!   Can't hold a kitten in your arms on the pot?  No worries!  He'll drape gracefully across the back of your neck!  Thus freeing your weird human paws up to do whatever it is that you do! 

Thor.  The Bathroom Crusader.  Who loves the window.  

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samira_catlover

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Our junior kitty, Trixie, will let you dunk her tailtip in the water. Lucky, the Senior FurBoss, likes to corner people: while soaking, you get to see a TallCat (and a 17-pound maybe-Maine Coon Cat is *really* tall) reaching out and pawing your arm till he's petted. The FurKids are BRATS!

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Imrlgoddess

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I laugh at him, he just lets the tip drag in the water...totally doesn't pay attention....just....wet tail.  They are absolutely brats!  I was getting the bathwater situated and he was sitting on the edge of the tub.  I had to go around and over him to throw some epsom salt in.  Had to go around and over to Get In.  And then he was still blocked up the everything!  Looking at me.  Wanting some lovins.  Brat bratty brat brat.  I can't imagine a Maine Coon sized muffin taking up all the space...holy crap.

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FloraKitty35

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Flora used to perch herself on the edge of the tub and she would get the tip of her tail wet.  Next, she would use her wet tail as a grooming aid.  She stopped doing it after I was given Junior, he liked to sneak up and pushed her into the tub.

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feministxtian

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Big Stupid and Lil Sis have to spectate ALL showers and baths. Big Stupid usually whines and cries like someone's trying to kill him when I get in the shower...then he tries to dry me off when I get out of the shower. 

Right now I must have displeased them both...Big Stupid is crashed out at the other end of the couch (not laying on me) and Lil Sis is on top of the couch with her back to me. Earlier today, Big Stupid must have not been happy that I came home and got ready to leave again...he decided that jumping from a table to my shoulder would stop me. After he got on my shoulder, he stuck his big furry face in mine and meowed "damn mama, you just got home, you can't leave again!" This is like 3 feet up and 5 feet out...

Damn furkids...I STILL like them better than my human kids...

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clueliss

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If the Spook is not in the bathroom while I am doing things, she is loitering about immediately outside the door.  I do not believe I am allowed to be in this room without The Queen's supervision.

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ILoveJellybeans

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Thor is so sweet!

I usually have at least one cat accompany me to the bathroom at all times.

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LadyCrow1313

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Sounds like my mother's Siamese cat. She used to jump on the back of my elderly aunt (when she was using the throne). She also haunts you if you don't let her in the bathroom when you're in there, & if you don't and she's sitting on the table in the other room, she will give you the hairy eyeball when you come out. She's a trip.  ;) 

But then again, so is HRH Thor.  ;) 

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