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New cat is a pervert

post #1 of 18
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Hi, my new cat Benny is a funny one. Everytime I take a bath or shower, he rushes into the room meowing and meowing. When I looked out this morning, he'd managed to jump onto the shelf next to the shower and was peering at me intently doing the slow blinking thing.

He then tried to jump into the shower with me, but jumped right out again once he realised it was wet (2nd time its happened).

Then he kept meowing pitifully next to the bath-tub (my shower is right above the bath-tub) so I gave him a chin scratch which he liked. Not sure what he wanted - he was fed and watered, had done his poo-poos. Then he tried getting into the bath with me again, put one paw in and shook it around... obviously doesn't like water.

Anyway I finished off the bath with him standing on tip-toes peering over the bathtub at me. I thought he just wanted to play with the water but he obviously doesn't like getting wet... weird... Oh yeah, when I leaned over to ask him what he wanted, he extended a paw and patted me on the cheek and meowed. (????) None of my other two female cats are like this!

My new cat is a pervie!
post #2 of 18
Pervie?

He is a he, and you a she, right? So he is not a pervie but perfectly normal. Advanced you could possibly say.

Yes, you can sometimes tell the cats see the gender in humans and act accordingly. Including trying to do their male duties as well they can.
post #3 of 18
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Originally Posted by StefanZ View Post
Pervie?

He is a he, and you a she, right? So he is not a pervie but perfectly normal. Advanced you could possibly say.

Yes, you can sometimes tell the cats see the gender in humans and act accordingly. Including trying to do their male duties as well they can.
OMG No way not normal it's perverted to like another species.
post #4 of 18
Hehe, I say that Scotty is a "masher". He likes to touch my.....bosoms . And they ALL like to watch me shower.
post #5 of 18
Aya almost always watches me shower, but we're both girls so the insinuation doesn't work...

I think it dates from me adopting her as a 3-4weeks old orphan kitten. One of those ones who bonds to you as 'Mom' and has to follow you around all over the place or she gets frantic types. Also she had a bad URI and the Vet told me to steam her in the shower.

Now, almsot every morning she sits on the sink and watches, or mews for me to turn on the tap for her so she can lap water outta the sink while I'm showering. Other times she just stands on the sink and mews at me as if too say 'what are you doing?'

Of and she doesn't mind getting wet that much. She likes to play with the water in the sink.
post #6 of 18
I think kitty just wants not to be separated from you.Alley whines crazy at the bathroom door if I close it while taking a shower.Everyday it is the same;she has to jump into the tub after I am done and investigate the drain(even though she hates the wet feet she gets).I think she loves her mommy and wants to be with her.Very cute.
post #7 of 18
Thread Starter 
It's only when I'm in the shower... he's happily entertaining himself with the cat gym upstairs now... I hear him coming downstairs actually... he always gets this worried look on his face when I go take a bath...

post #8 of 18
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Originally Posted by cattypolly View Post
. he always gets this worried look on his face when I go take a bath...

Ah, he is protective! This is probably the explanation.

He himself dont like water, it is surely highly dangerous!

Thus, when you, his dear mom, go into the dangerous water - he is anxious and do his outmost to protect you! By closely observing and sending good vibes if nothing else.


Yes, cats are known to be protective to their dearest. This is in fact more common than them trying to do their male duties...
post #9 of 18
Some of mine hang out on the edge of the tub batting at the ripples in the wter when I bathe. A few more will come in and meow at me as if they're trying to warn me away from the water! The funniest is the dog though, she crys and wriggles all through her own baths and gets really anxiouse if she sees me in the tub. Usually she gets so worried about me that she pees on the bathroom floor so I try to keep her out of the bathroom!
post #10 of 18
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Originally Posted by ut0pia View Post
OMG No way not normal it's perverted to like another species.
For a human, sure...but the cat doesn't know better. If he smells hormones, or whatever, he might react. No shame in that; it's just instinct.
post #11 of 18
Hahaha omg funny. My cats aren't perverts but they hang out with me when im in the bath. They never watch me all creepily though. Lmao too funny. Pervert kitties.
post #12 of 18
I know it sounds weird, but I honestly think that cats know the difference in sexes of people and males will be more "curious" about the human female.

This is a true story (one of my rex kittens I sold). He was not neutered till about 9 months old (by my permission). The owners lived next to a house where the couple liked to walk around nude in front of the window (will not mention the state!). Anyway this lady kept the blinds in her bedroom down as they faced the nude couples house more then she wanted to know about.

The cat (not altered yet) used to sit in front of the blinds watching the naked people. She used to joke about getting him some Playboy magazines. After the cat was neutered, he stopped watching the naked people!
post #13 of 18
Riley always watches me shower Xander doesn't seem to be interested though
post #14 of 18
The cats in the bathroom don't bother me, but when we first got our dog it was another matter.

He'd been kept in a pen 24/7 and turned out to be heartworm positive. After the first round of heartworm treatment he had to become an indoor only dog as any activity could kill him. Not having been housetrained (or cat trained) at first we had to keep him in the bathroom which didn't have carpet. Of course he couldn't be anesthetized for a nueter until the heartworms were gone. Every night when I'd start to undress for my bath he'd start humping his blanket, and I found it really disturbing, to say the least.

I'm happy to say that after a year he's a healthy, nuetered, house trained cat friendly boy with no more interest in naked humans.
post #15 of 18
This thread is TOO funny, LOL.
post #16 of 18
I had a orphaned kitten once that had been bottle fed since he was 2 wks old. He was so muddy and flee infested when we found him that he had to have a bath. We continued to give him baths to help control the fleas since he was too young for drops.

When he was older, any time my husband and/or I got in the shower, the orange ball of fluff would get in with us. He would actually play in the water and even let us give him a bath. So it's not so unusual to me to share a bath with a kitty!
post #17 of 18
The comedian Paula Poundstone did a routine about her cats watching her in the shower. "Oh my God, the water, it was ALL OVER YOU!!!"
My cat must be in the bathrom with me when I, um, have to go to the bathroom. I have no idea why.
post #18 of 18
hehehe this thread is funny!
Kiwi HAS to be in the bathroom when I shower. She lays on the bath mat waiting for me. As soon as I set a foot out of the shower she rubs all over my legs and feet. Its like she is thinking "you don't smell like me anymore... here let me fix that" She also likes to hop in the tub with the kids and play with their bath toys. Its all fun and games until she decides to get out, and realizes that her precious fur is wet... LOL
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