Not every feline is a scaredy cat when it comes to water.
Most people think cats mix with water just about as well as oil does. These animals notoriously hate getting wet, and it may have a lot to do with their genetics. According to the Pet Health Network, many domestic cats avoid water because they don’t actually need it to bathe, using their tongues to groom themselves instead. It’s also common for cats to have coats that trap water, making it difficult to warm up when they get wet in colder climates. Despite this popular feline tendency to dislike the liquid, there are some cats that like water. Yes, seriously.
Cats that don’t mind splashing around are typically descendants of wild cats from warmer climates, according to Pet Finder. They range from animals who are less water averse to those who may even go for a swim from time to time. Particularly for owners who are water lovers themselves, these cats could make the perfect companions. You might also check out cat breeds that are especially affectionate, smart, or cute when choosing the pet that’s right for you.
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