Can Cats Swim?


Cats can actually swim as they are natural swimmers just like dogs. However, domestic cats are not enthusiastic about getting wet. They'd prefer not to have a bath, and most are not interested in taking a dip in the backyard pool. One unusual domestic cat that does love to swim is the Turkish Van and is known as the swimming cat.
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Yes, cats do know how to physically swim. It's part of their nature. Most typical cats do not enjoy being in water as dogs may enjoy it.
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