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Although they may be attracted by free-flowing water from a faucet, try to put them in a tub of water and you are in for a fight.

Pull the plug and leave the tub unattended you may soon see that same kitty sneak by and jump behind the curtain to play with the water droplets or watch a trickle of water go down the hole of the drain.

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