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I've noticed that my cat loves to drink from the sink faucet when it's running cold. He's a rescue cat.

He also has a habit of running from the bathroom, into the living room, into the kitchen and into the guest bathroom when he hears the toilet flush.

He also likes to use the bathroom at odd times during the day and during the night, too.

But when the faucet is running, he gets really, really excited. He likes to get wet. I tried to put a plug in the sink, but he pulled it out. I've also tried turning off the water in the bathroom.

Is there any way to get him to stop doing this?

This post is really long, but my cats are extremely important to me. I'd like to hear any suggestions.

I have noticed that my cat, who is the same age as your cat, likes to drink from running faucets. It seems to be one of the reasons he loves to go in the bathroom, which is also where we keep the running water. I think he is just a big sponge. When I have a shower, he will follow me out and into the bathroom if there is a faucet running. We don't have a showerhead in the bath, but we do have a faucet right beside the tub. I have seen some posts mentioning putting out wet cat food for him in the bath. Does anyone have any experience with this?

I think he may be a little curious about the shower or the faucet (he has a problem with his water dish sometimes and he can sometimes use the bathtub and the faucet), but I think that it is more about the water. I am pretty sure it would be like taking him out for a drive in your car - if you were driving and the car was running it was probably just fun for him to hear the water running and to maybe get a quick drink. I would try to keep the water running for a bit to see if it has any effect. You might also try shutting the bathroom door and keeping it closed for awhile, but don't just close it - if it is an option, you can open it so that your cat can get fresh air in.

I have noticed that my cat, who is the same age as your cat, likes to drink from running faucets. It seems to be one of the reasons he loves to go in the bathroom, which is also where we keep the running water. I think he is just a big sponge. When I have a shower, he will follow me out and into the bathroom if there is a faucet running. We don't have a showerhead in the bath, but we do have a faucet right beside the tub. I have seen some posts mentioning putting out wet cat food for him in the bath. Does anyone have any experience with this?

Thanks so much for the feedback!

I had a similar problem with my cats (I'm talking about the same age, in case this was helpful). In our house, the bathroom and shower are on the same level as the laundry and kitchen. My cat (a rescue cat, mind you) would run from the bathroom to the laundry when we would flush the toilet. He'd always find his way in and out to eat the wet food, and I'd always have to be in there.

I got rid of the toilet in our bathroom and put a sink in there instead. That way he wouldn't have a way to get in. It worked out beautifully. We still use the laundry sink, but now he'll drink from that one, and it will stop him from entering the bathroom when we flush.

I also noticed that the cat likes to drink cold water, so I think it may have more to do with cold water than with the faucet. I don't think he gets cold from the cold water. I think it may have to do with how he is feeling right then and there.

Thank you both for your kind words of encouragement! I'm glad that you found the posts on cats and faucets helpful. I did look up the information about cats and faucets on the Internet and I think I can see what's going on.

Here are some more ideas:

I have found that putting a small amount of dish soap (for example, 1/2 a tablespoon) in the cat's water dish helps to keep him from drinking from the faucet when the water is running.

When he drinks from the faucet, I keep the water running as long as he's drinking. If he doesn't like the running water, I turn it off. He still goes into the bathroom.

I use a towel over the sink's faucet when I shower or wash dishes, but I don't want to take my shower or wash dishes while my cat is there. He does this now, and sometimes he runs over to the towel if he sees that it is there, but he does it all the time.

When I take a shower, I put the bathroom door shut so he can't get in there. He has done this himself.

I keep the bathroom door shut for about 15 to 30 minutes after I finish showering, and then I open it. I'm sure that this would be easier to do when I'm taking a shower than when I'm just getting ready to leave for work in the morning. I will probably also do this when I am taking a long bath. I'm not sure how to do this the night before, though. I'll have to ask the other person who takes care of him to see if there is an easy way to do it.

I will keep all the above things in mind when we have some free time. Maybe the cat won't do it if I don't do all of these things. I don't know.

Here's another idea: I use a water-softening device for my faucet. It doesn't make the water softer or taste better. It makes the water less hard. I have no idea what my cat


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