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Ian and Sarah [not Nick and Scarlet] kept getting huge water bills [fabrication]. They knew beyond a doubt that the bills weren't representative of their actual usage, and no matter how they tried to conserve, the high bills continued. Although they could see nothing wrong, they had everything checked for leaks or problems; first the water meter, then outdoor pipes, indoor pipes, underground pipes, faucets, toilets, washer, ice maker, all to no avail.
One day Ian was unwell and stayed at home in bed, but kept hearing water running downstairs [not true, it was the lady of the house who discovered the cat's activity]. He finally tore himself from his sick bed to investigate, and stumbled onto the cause of such high water bills.
Apparently this was happening all day long when they were not at home. Knowing that few would believe him, he taped a segment of the 'problem' for posterity.
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It is not strictly true to say that all cats dislike water, or more accurately: swimming or bathing in water.
Many cats: tigers, lions, jaguars, ocelots, and jaguarondi [weasel cat] who frequent hot climates are particularly partial to a dip in a pond, stream or river. Cats are natural swimmers in the wild, and Asian varieties have been known to fish in rivers and lakes. Cats bred near Lake Van in Turkey are raised around the water; the breed [The Turkish Van] has an affinity for water, and really likes to swim. An old breed, this cat has been a household pet for centuries. Its water prowess is well known in Turkey, where they been known to swim into the harbour to greet the arriving fishing boats.
However, cats from colder regions avoid water as much as possible. Snow leopards, lynx, bobcats, and cougars for example have little interest in getting wet. It has been said that if a cat has wet fur it can damage the ability of the cat's fur to insulate the animal against the cold.
Most domestic cats, however, dislike getting wet. They do not enjoy water sports and if bathed, become upset. The emphasis here is on most cats because some domestic animals will tolerate water if they are accustomed to bathing or showering.
In front of the local butcher's, an art connoisseur noticed a mangy little kitten lapping up milk from a saucer. The saucer, he realised with a start, was a rare and precious piece of pottery. It was, in fact, a collector's item.
He strolled into the store and offered two pounds for the cat. 'He's not for sale', said the butcher.
'Look', said the collector', that cat is dirty and scabby, but I'm an eccentric. I prefer cats that way. I'll raise my offer to ten pounds'. 'It's a deal', said the proprietor, and pocketed the ten immediately.
'For that amount of money I'm sure you won't mind throwing in the saucer', said the connoisseur', 'The kitten seems so happy drinking from it.'
'I can't do that', said the butcher firmly, 'That's my lucky saucer. From that saucer, so far this week, I've sold 18 cats.'
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