Our Siamese Cats At Shower Time

This video features two Siamese cats going berserk whenever a person is showering in the bathroom. They are meowing so loud you’d think they also want to go inside the cubicle and take a bath. Or probably they are concerned with the person in the cubicle and want to save the person from drowning

So let’s parse the cats’ meows and translate them into human conversations.

Cat One: OMG! Do something! She’s drowning!
Cat Two: Should we call 911? I am afraid she’s getting a beat down from the water.
Cat One: Hey person inside the cubicle, are you doing okay?
[person inside hums her favorite Madonna song]
Cat Two: Thank God she is safe!
Cat One: Maybe we can sing with her too inside? I haven’t practiced my Dr. Seuss song in a while.

There is a misconception that cats hate water. Several breeds of cats are known to be head over heels over water. Some of them include the Abyssinian, American Bobtail, Japanese Bobtail, Maine Coon, Savannah, Turkish Angora, and Turkish Van. These cats are more likely to enjoy water than others. Have you seen those videos featuring cats swimming in lakes and swimming pools?

Most cats do not abhor water or fear of getting wet. You’ll see cats getting a fresh drink of water out of a dripping faucet. Stereotyping cats for being afraid of water has no scientific basis. Cats have an unusual affinity for water and can enjoy the sight of a fountain or raindrops.

The Norwegian Forest Cat and Turkish vans are known for partaking in the occasional swim. Bengal cats are also good swimmers. You will find kitties that love dipping paws into water dishes, jumping in the pool, and joining their owners for a bath!

Then there are the Main Coons, these silly playful cats which are fond of turning on the faucet and scooping water from toilet bowls. These very intelligent cats have a strange fascination with water due to their history. Main Coons were used by ships as part of their pest control management. Imagine those long days and nights of just seeing the vast sight of oceanic water.

Our Siamese Cats At Shower Time
image – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwSYm1NPHP4

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