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Tuesday, 28 September 2021

UK man catches terrifying tornado-like funnel cloud appearing over Bristol

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UK man catches terrifying tornado-like funnel cloud appearing over Bristol
UK man catches terrifying tornado-like funnel cloud appearing over Bristol

This pampered cat has figured out how to use a human toilet and prefers to use the loo over his litter tray. Little Guy, a four-year-old elf Sphinx cat, has been dexterously using his owner's bathroom for the past three years. Audrey Reynolds, 27, who lives in Orange County, California, said: "I didn't train him how to do it.

He just learned himself.

I guess from watching me in there."One day he actually got on the toilet while I was using it.

He's been doing it for about three years.

He seems to prefer it to his litter tray.

I think he likes to feel fancy and use the toilet." Audrey, who runs a mobile tanning business, has another Sphinx cat named Sheldon, aged five, who loved to get into mischief with Little Guy. She added: "They're more like monkeys than cats, they're really smart.

They can open doors, drawers and cabinets and they climb on everything. "We ended up having to get a child lock on the trash cans, because they figured out how to get the lids lifted. "If I'm cooking I have to put them in their crates because they'll come and take a stick of butter right out of my hand.  "But they are super loving, they want to be next to me all the time.

If I shut them out of the room they'll open the door to come be with me."   

This pampered cat has figured out how to use a human toilet and prefers to use the loo over his litter tray.

Little Guy, a four-year-old elf Sphinx cat, has been dexterously using his owner's bathroom for the past three years.

Audrey Reynolds, 27, who lives in Orange County, California, said: "I didn't train him how to do it.

He just learned himself.

I guess from watching me in there."One day he actually got on the toilet while I was using it.

He's been doing it for about three years.

He seems to prefer it to his litter tray.

I think he likes to feel fancy and use the toilet." Audrey, who runs a mobile tanning business, has another Sphinx cat named Sheldon, aged five, who loved to get into mischief with Little Guy.

She added: "They're more like monkeys than cats, they're really smart.

They can open doors, drawers and cabinets and they climb on everything.

"We ended up having to get a child lock on the trash cans, because they figured out how to get the lids lifted.

"If I'm cooking I have to put them in their crates because they'll come and take a stick of butter right out of my hand.

"But they are super loving, they want to be next to me all the time.

If I shut them out of the room they'll open the door to come be with me."