From Playtime to Relaxation: Capturing the Many Sides of Ragdoll Cats in the Bathtub
While many cats hate the idea of a bath, that doesn’t mean they hate the bathtub. It can be a cozy place to nap or a fun spot to explore, especially with so many shiny surfaces. Here are some cute pics of Ragdoll cats enjoying their owners’ bathtubs.
Someone’s In Here!
You need to wait your turn – this bathroom is clearly already occupied by a Ragdoll cat who deserves their privacy!
Is This Not My Bed?
Cats will often sleep anywhere, even in a bathtub. This kitty looks surprisingly comfortable for lying in an empty tub.
Bath Time is Sharing Time
Who says that cats have to have a bathtub all to themselves? These Ragdoll kitties are perfectly happy sharing their time in the tub and have plenty of space to play.
How Do I Get Out?
OK, the tub was fun for a little while, but how do I get out now? This cat looks slightly concerned about the slippery walls of the tub.
Wait Your Turn
I know you’ve just been to the gym and need a quick shower, but you’ll have to wait – this is my turn in the bath, and I am not moving for you!
Who’s Clogged the Drain?
Ragdoll cats often love to play with the drain, especially if you toss a small toy into the tub that fits snugly into the hole without getting lost. Just be careful their fur doesn’t cause any plumbing issues!
Slip and Slide
Any cat with the zoomies will have a great time slipping and sliding around the tub’s sides. Just ensure it stays fun and doesn’t become a panicked scramble!
A Quick Cool Off
One of the reasons cats love to lounge in a tub is because it can often be a cool respite when the kitty is feeling warm. This cat looks like they’re loving the colder sensation.
No Water, Please!
We love how relaxed this cat looks inside the tub – don’t turn the water on to spoil their fun!
Are These Not Toys?
Shampoo bottles, faucets, scrubbing brushes…there are many potential ‘toys’ around a bathtub, and cats love to be curious!
This cat has clearly just been caught playing in the bathtub when maybe it shouldn’t be. But with a face like this, how could you possibly stop them?
We Prefer the Shower
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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,