Picture of ginger cat looking through hole in shower curtain he made

Another cat picture which also caught my eye (although I added the words). This ginger tabby prefers to play with the plastic shower curtain (and destroy it in the process) rather than destroy the conventional stuff such as paper (toilet rolls) or catnip toys. He’s just got this ‘thing’ about plastic shower curtains and he looks a bit sheepish. It makes an amusing picture although it is not so amusing if its the third shower curtain.

Picture of ginger cat looking through hole in shower curtain he made
Picture of ginger cat looking through hole in shower curtain he made. Photo: ? – on Facebook.
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The cat’s human companion and purchaser of the shower curtain asked on Facebook for suggestions on how to stop this ‘bad cat behavior’. The unanimous response was to close the bathroom door! Neat. An alternative might be to tie back the shower curtain so that it is raised and bundled. That may well stop him. I suppose you could spray the curtain with something that cats don’t like to deter him. Or perhaps you could keep the old destroyed curtain and encourage him to destroy it further: a diversionary tactic.

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When the owner took the photo it was to illustrate her question. She didn’t think it would make a nice, original cat picture.




4 thoughts on “Picture of ginger cat looking through hole in shower curtain he made”

  1. LOL! 😂 I’ve known that personality many times over the years!

    There are a few other options to deter the shredding of curtains.
    1) Keep the curtains open as far as they will go. That may be a deterrent because the cat can’t hide as well. The down side is the wet curtain won’t dry properly.
    2) Try spraying the curtain with vinegar. It worked on one of my cats. She was always trying to rip open grocery bags and trash bags. She quit after smelling the vinegar.
    3) Do a combination of 1 & 2. Cats don’t like the smell of vinegar and it may prevent mildew.

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  2. Lol,my friend goes through this a couple times a month but since she lives in a studio flat she has no choice but to the leave the bathroom door open since that is where the litter box is.

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