February 3, 2023

Top 5 Cat Breeds Who Love Water

Top 5 Cat Breeds Who Love Water

Top 5 Cat Breeds Who Love Water
You may think cats hate water, but that isn’t always true. There are many cats that actually love to romp around in the water, whether it’s in a swimming pool, lake, a small stream or just laying under a dripping faucet.

Here are the Top 5 Cat Breeds that just can’t get enough of the wet stuff.

1.Maine Coon: This big, furry lug was a popular ship’s cat in his native New England. No self-respecting sea captain left on a voyage without one. The Maine Coon boasts a dense, water-repellent coat that comes in many colors and patterns.

2. Norwegian Forest Cat:It has an un-kitty-like affinity for water, and has even been known to catch fish in lakes and streams. (Watch out if you have an aquarium!) Cousin to the Maine Coon, he also sports a thick coat that repels water.Well designed by nature for an outdoor life, the Norweigan Forest Cat can also be happy as an indoor cat, provided it has lots of room to play, and plenty of things to climb on. This kitty likes to survey its kingdom from on high – a stimulating environment with plenty of toys and especially things to climb on will be much appreciated.

3. Abyssinian: The adventurous Aby hails from Indian Ocean coastal areas, so it’s no surprise that he takes to water play. It’s likely that this energetic and fun-loving cat came to Europe by ship in the 19th century, which may have reinforced his comfort with the wet stuff. Don’t be surprised when your Aby learns to turn on the faucet so he can have his own personal water park.

4.Manx: A native of the Isle of Man, off the coast of Britain, the Manx is an island cat par excellence. It’s not unusual to find him dabbling his paws in his water dish or even joining his person in the shower. His double coat can be short or long and comes in many different colors and patterns.

5. Japanese Bobtail: Another island-born cat, the Japanese Bobtail is fond of splashing in water. Keep an eye on him to make sure he isn’t raiding your koi pond or aquarium, and check your faucet frequently to make sure he hasn’t turned it on to run a bath.His tricolor coat of red and black on a white background also comes in other colors and patterns and is water-resistant.

Top 5 Cat Breeds Who Love Water