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When cats are washing themselves, are they "doing the laundry", or "taking a bath/shower"?

Asked by rebbel (35524points) June 19th, 2021

As asked.

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Tropical_Willie's avatar

Yes for both.

canidmajor's avatar

Neither. By essentially aligning the hairs in the most aerodynamic way possible, they are preparing themselves for efficient feline ninja tactics which will help with the plans for world domination.

kritiper's avatar

Taking a (spit) bath.

smudges's avatar

They’re taking a bath and using their spiky little pink tongues to rid their fur of dust, mites, excess hairs, etc.

Zaku's avatar

Making themselves even more perfect than they already were.

gondwanalon's avatar

Whatever they are doing, it is not a very good job. It’s mostly superficial just for show. The real dirt is down deep close to and on the skin.

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