After a long and hard day, there is nothing more relaxing than a long and bubbly bath. If you are a pet owner, it is a big chance that your dog or a cat doesn’t share the same appreciation, but some animals have evolved and realized that bath time can be really enjoyable.
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Everyone who ever tried to give his cat a bath knows that’s nearly impossible. Cats don’t like water, and when they hear it, they go into the panic mode. That’s why this cat is amazing. She is sitting in a bucket and looks like she is having a Zen moment.
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Elephants are animals that enjoy many things related to water, especially bathing. Relaxing bath for two can be really special. Too bad this tub is too small for both of them to fit in.
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After playing and running all day there is nothing that can beat a nice bubbly bath. This Retriever has a whole bath for himself, and he is clearly enjoying the moment.
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Tigers are the largest of the cat species, and unlike domestic cats, they enjoy spending time in the water. In the wild, you can see them taking a dip in the rivers. In Zoo you can see them relaxing in their custom made pond. These two tigers look like they are having the best spa day ever.
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If you own or you want to get a hedgehog as a pet, you should know that they need to be washed. They can’t clean themselves like other animals, so they need some help. The good thing is that they like to be bathed. Look how much this little guy is enjoying in the bubbles.
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After one look at the color of the water in this tub, it is clear what this piglet did all day. Like any other piglet, it spent all day rolling in the mud. Good thing is that it will be clean for the same adventure tomorrow.
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This dog is the biggest fan of bubbly baths. It seems like he is having a time of his life soaking in the foam. It is amazing how happy and relax he is.
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Although they are wild animals, many people keep ferrets as pets. They possess distinctive odor and people think that can be fixed with regular baths. That is not the case. Frequent baths can make things worse. They can be washed only a few times a year, but look on these ferrets face say he wouldn’t mind more.
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All of us have seen ducks swimming in their natural habitat. But seeing a duck swimming in a tub is something different. It looks like the change of scenery didn’t affect their love towards baths.
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Dogs are definitely the biggest fans of baths compared to other animals. This mix breed doesn’t care that he made a mess all around his little tub. That smug expression on his face makes us believe that he decided to take a nap.
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It is not often that you can see an armadillo, and seeing one taking a bath is super rare. This baby armadillo is so excited, that he rolled over inside this small washbowl. He is splashing water everywhere, and having the funniest first bath experience ever.
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Bears love water, and they love to take baths. In nature the resources are limited, no custom built bathtub or a shower. But this bear comes across this tub. It is not important that he barely fits in, it is that he fits.
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Horses get washed while they are standing. That doesn’t sound fun, so this guy figured out how to get that perfect wash. I think that this trough is used as a watering place for horses, but he decided it is perfect for a tub. Other horses may be thirsty, but he got all the water he needs.
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While trying to recover the fruit which fell into the water one monkey literally discovered hot water. And now whole packs of monkeys use this natural hot springs to keep them warm during the winter. There is nothing better than a long hot bath to keep you warm.
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Just lay there and relax and let someone else do all the dirty work. This just might be the life motto of this dog.
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we got from Maria Hebblethwaite.