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Re: OT: food bowl NOW cats & water

I've also had cats that splashed water all over the place, and I have always 
thought it was some kind of genetic memory of living in the wilds and moving 
algae around to free up clean water.  When I was a child I had a cat who swam 
all over the cypress swamp in our backyard catching muskrats, and my son's cat 
always jumped in the shower with him.  These are some of the reasons cats are 
among the most interesting companions a person could want.


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