You come home for lunch and find your ceiling leaking from a flood in the upstairs bathroom. Nope, not a scene out of Home Alone. It’s your Bengal cat, Amber, who learned to turn on the faucet, plug the drain and flood the house.
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Public service announcement: close the bathroom doors when leaving pets home alone. They are curious, smart rascals.

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