Here’s an essential visual guide on how to give your cat a bath:
The first visual clearly shows best practice. A fully functional cat will most elegantly take care of the bathing on its own. No need to interfere on your part at all.
The second demonstration of a cat bath shown below suggests that there may be potential for things to go awfully wrong (some might even feel this represents reality for a majority of felines).
As commenters have suggested, if this comes closer to your experience of bathing your cat than the best-practice example shown above, the cat might be broken. Your options in this case are,
a) reset your cat to factory settings
b) try this rather blunt approach:
While most definitely lacking in elegance and form, the result is likely to be a clean (if pissed off) cat!
Here’s a visual best practice guide for integrating your cat into your yoga routine, Enjoy!
We (hopefully) all brush our teeth every morning, probably one of the most non-special tasks in a daily routine. How many of us have a cat on our head whilst doing so? Pretty special. Notice how the cat does not leave a single scratch on her shoulder or face in the process!
The fourth one has got to be the favourite!
The latest video from Simon’s Cat, we’re sure, will ring a bell with anyone who’s ever had the pleasurable misfortune of feeding an impatient and somewhat demanding cat!
How paper balls give you wings:
Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1862)
Utagawa Kuniyoshi was one of the last great masters of the ukiyo-e style in painting and woodblock printing. Kuniyoshi’s subjects included landscape, women, kabuki actors, mythical animals and… wait for it… CATS!
Enjoy some examples of his work here: