Cat Isn't A Fan Of Bathtime The owner of a wet cat from Maine uploaded a video on YouTube. When the owner asks if the cat would like to continue the bath for "a little bit more," it sure sounds like the cats replies, "no more."

Cat Isn't A Fan Of Bathtime

Cat Isn't A Fan Of Bathtime

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The owner of a wet cat from Maine uploaded a video on YouTube. When the owner asks if the cat would like to continue the bath for "a little bit more," it sure sounds like the cats replies, "no more."

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Have you ever felt like your cat was trying to say something? Well, how about this one?

(SOUNDBITE OF YOUTUBE VIDEO)

CAT: (Meowing).

GREENE: That is a very wet cat from Maine, and it sure sounds like she is saying, no more during a bath. The cat's owner uploaded this video to YouTube.

(SOUNDBITE OF YOUTUBE VIDEO)

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Just a little bit more.

CAT: (Meowing).

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Little bit.

CAT: (Meowing).

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: No more.

CAT: (Meowing).

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: (Laughter).

GREENE: Quoth the kitty, nevermore. It's MORNING EDITION.

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