Watch This Sphynx Have Enough Bubble Bath With His Owner

sphynx in the tub

There is an old saying that cats are not very big fans of the water. They don’t like it, they don’t want anything to do with it and they want to stay as far away from it as possible. It’s true in many cases, but it’s not something we can handle without a little stress. Cats might not need baths on a regular basis, but there is always that one time the darn cat gets into something that it shouldn’t and you have no choice. You need a suit of armor to protect your arms, a helmet so the cat cannot rip your face off, and a waterproof bathroom to do this job, and no one loves it.

Well, except for this woman. She loves bath time with her cat. She loves it so much, in fact, that she actually takes her baths with her ca. Her gorgeous Sphynx, the sweet hairless cat, loves the water. He sits in the water with her while she bathes and simply enjoys the warmth, the feeling of the water on his body and the feel of relaxation in his mind. Since these cats have no hair, they do need to bathe regularly; so we are assuming he’s used to the water and that is why he loves it so much that he’s willing to hop in and relax like this. You have to see it to believe it, though.

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