Does your cat drink from the faucet? Wait, sorry, let us rephrase that: Of course your cat drinks from the faucet. Why would a cat drink from a stagnant bowl? That’s for dogs. Dogs will drink from a puddle of oily rainwater because they’re dogs and dogs are gross.
But cats ÔÇª cats are not dogs. They are not gross. They spend hours grooming their perfect coats. They drink out of faucets. Not faucets running at full stream, oh no, but at a steady, precise drip. Yes, that’s it. Now you can never turn your faucet off. You’re just going to have to learn to live with the maddeningly steady plunk of a leaky faucet.
Now that we’ve cleared that up, we’d like to introduce you to Bianca. Bianca, like most cats, prefers to drink from a running faucet. She likes the way the bubbles feel on her tongue, it’s kind of like drinking from a champagne fountain. Fancy, right? But Bianca does not like having a damp face. Oh no. So Bianca does what any other civilized cat would do — she wipes her face on a towel. And it’s so adorable when she does!
Well isn’t that just dainty. If your bath towels smell like fish breath, now you know why.
Via Laughing Squid
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