Find the Kitty Friday: Cool Cat

December 16, 2011

Find the Kitty

Livvy the Half Siamese Cat has acquired this new penchant for super-duper, fresh spring water. Can you find the kitty?

Fridge Kitty

She’s so cute. Whenever we open the door to run water from the spigot, she reaches in, between the door and the fridge, with her paw to “catch” some of the water. If we dare leave a cup of water out on the table, this is what she does:


I don’t really know if this change in drinking habits is a cause for concern. Maybe you guys can lend me some advice. I really don’t want to drag Livvy to the vet. As cool as the office furniture really is, I just don’t like the vet atmosphere and neither does Livvy. I can’t say that she is drinking more than usual… maybe she is. She seems in good health, otherwise.

Have a great weekend, friends!

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4 Responses to “Find the Kitty Friday: Cool Cat”

  1. blueyes Says:

    My cat used to drink the filtered water out of my glass ALL the time. Heck, I’d make Khalua and milk and she’d drink that as well as strawberry daquiries too. Plus if I didn’t run the tap on any sink if she was on it waiting she’d get po’d. They just like something other than their water dish and running water is the best so they think no matter where it comes from.

  2. Marg Says:

    I wouldn’t worry about Livvy. All the cats here drink out of glasses. Guess it is fresher than what is in her water bowl. And the water in the fridge definitely is fresher and that is why she wants that.See if she will drink the fridge water from a bowl.
    Have a great week end.

  3. Karen and Gerard Says:

    I’d be more concerned about having the cup of water so close to the computer–hope it doesn’t tip over!

  4. lin Says:

    Kitties love water that is anywhere but in their boring old bowl. We got our kitties a fountain that runs all the time–making it fresh and inviting. They LOVE it! The vets all recommend them because you want you kitty to drink fresh water.

    Unless she is noticeably more thirsty, I would not be concerned.