Polly - Age: 31
Price - 125$
American Shorthair This is the guy who prefers dipping his paws into his water bowl and drinking the water off them instead of drinking it with their tongue the way most other cats do. Then there are cats who use completely different methods to drink their water, and those who enjoy a good dousing with the garden hose. May 18, Edition:
6 Cat Breeds Who Love to Play With Water
Memphis, loves water, he will sit at and stare at the pet water fountain long after he has quenched his thirst. The friendly and inquisitive LaPerm has an easy-care coat that comes in a variety of colors and patterns.
Cat Breeds That Love to Play With Water
You can't stereotype people or animals. Case and point everyone assumes that ALL cats hate water just because a great many of them are not fans of H2O. Whilst the majority of cats don't like water, there are some cats that like water Here are a few of the breeds known for their water loving antics. From their history as hunters and travelers, some cats love both swimming in and being around water.
Jezzabelle - Age: 29
Price - 158$
3. Turkish Van
In fact, this cat is the subject of interesting folklore that may explain its name: His tricolor coat of red and black on a white background also comes in other colors and patterns and is water-resistant. Memphis, loves water, he will sit at and stare at the pet water fountain long after he has quenched his thirst. He can be a klutz, so make sure he can swim in case he falls in. No self-respecting sea captain left on a voyage without one. Now a days, he likes to get in the sink in search of food particles.
Rocky - Age: 29
Price - 76$
He can be a klutz, so make sure he can swim in case he falls in. They can often be found playing with water, and are also one of the few breeds of cat that enjoys being bathed. Playful Turkish Angoras , like their cousins the Turkish Vans, are real water babies.
While many cats have earned reputations as land lovers, there are breeds who not only don't mind water, they love it! Learn more about these. We all know cats hate water, right? Not so fast: Tigers and jaguars are fond of swimming, and plenty of domestic cats think taking a dip in a lake, getting in the. You can't stereotype people or animals. Case and point everyone assumes that ALL cats hate water just because a great many of them are not fans of H2O.