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Bath time!


Imrlgoddess

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So, since I'm not techno-savvy...I have no idea how to splice the videos together to make a complete, succinct video of his entire bath time.  Sooooooo this is what I go so far. 

He's so cute!!

 

 

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Mela99

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Still one of the calmest cats I've ever seen in the bath. Him such a big brave boy. Give him extra love from me tonight.

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Bethella

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But Mom! I like looking at the bathtub but you never told me it was WET! I don't like this anymore!:kitty:

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bingbangboom

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So cute! Littlest boom kid keeps asking for "kitty bath!" He really enjoyed the film!:kitty-wink:

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feministxtian

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He's bigger than TWO handfuls now! Good grief little dude has grown so big! Love seeing him growing...keep 'em coming.

Love, skritches and chin rubs from me. 

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church_of_dog

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12 hours ago, Mela99 said:

Still one of the calmest cats I've ever seen in the bath. Him such a big brave boy. Give him extra love from me tonight.

I played the video last night while back in the kitty room with my three, totally expecting Thor to meow a few times, and I wanted to see how my guys reacted to hearing it -- but then he never made more than one little peep!  What a brave boy...

10 hours ago, Bethella said:

But Mom! I like looking at the bathtub but you never told me it was WET! I don't like this anymore!:kitty:

That reminds me of when I was 6 or 7 and hadn't experienced snow before, and the family took a summer day trip up to Lassen Park and drove up near the top where there were still snow patches on the side of the road, and we stopped for a play break.  I was of course aware of snow in concept, and knew it would be cold, but found myself totally surprised that it was WET!

Also, years ago I rented a house that had a hand-tiled tub with a flat and wide border of about a foot.  My cats used to love hanging out on that flat rim while I took a bath -- except for the time one of them slipped and fell in!  He scrambled out so fast he barely got wet, and I couldn't imagine what he braced against to climb out, but he sure found something!  Unfortunately he also knocked over my glass of water into the tub, and it shattered, so I had to get out verrrry carefully, because the shards were invisible in the water -- couldn't see them to clean up until after I'd drained the water.  No more drinking glasses near the tub, especially now that there are cats in the house again!

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ILoveJellybeans

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I also put this on to see how my cats would react to the inevitable meows of pure misery that mine make when its bath time. I was so surprised, what a good, well behaved little (not so little anymore) kitty. I end up with every inch of the bathroom floor wet and I am soaking wet and covered in scratches. Last time, Socks peed on the towel.

 

I cant believe how big he has grown. He is almost the same size as my tiniest when I found my little kittens! How old is Thor now?

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FloraKitty35

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He is a cutie pie and behaved much better than any of my three cats ever have at bath time.

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