Seriously. I suppose y'all think I'm nuts for asking such a question, but if you live with cats or at least cats like ours, you know what I'm talking about. We have three cats, and some days it's like Grand Central Station in and out of our bathroom. They won't close the door when come and go, so out goes my heat and I end up shivering in the shower, well at least after my shower anyway. Are your cats like that?
OK, just latch the door you say. Ha! You don't know our cats, do you. Sophie will beat her head or some other body part (I can't tell because I'm in the shower at that point) up against the door until the offending door is opened for her - by someone else when he gets tired of the racket or worries that she'll beat her brains out (no comment).
Quite often when she realizes someone's going into the bathroom, she gets up and heads in to get her attention. She'll put her head down and pretend she's going to roll over to one side, then switches to the other side - ha! faked you out. This is prime petting time for her, and she doesn't always leave when you leave, she just waits for the next visitor. She's been known to spend hours in there. Sometimes she stays during the shower. If she's already in there when get ready to start my shower, I latch the door. She's usually OK with that, and it means I stay warm.
Here's Sophie holding court in the bathroom.
Dood, on the other hand, will just lay quietly on the other said of the closed door, waiting. He is the patient one of the bunch. If the door is not latched, he'll come in and sit and stare at the shower curtain. Hmmm, what's going on in there? I wonder if he's surprised when I peak out at him? Then he'll leave and come back and leave again. See why I think our bathroom needs a pet door? There's too much in-ing and out-ing going on, and it's not unusual to have more than one in at a time.
If the door is closed and Rosie wants in, he'll sit outside and cry...er meow. Nah, Rosie never "meows". He has his own language with an extensive vocabulary. He'll occasionally stay in the bathroom for showers too. Sometimes, I find him in the small space between the tub and the toilet. No idea why that particular spot appeals to him but I do believe he feels warmer in there. He has long, silky hair without the undercoat most cats have, so he feels the cold more than the others.
I guess to sum it up, all of our cats, even those who have gone on, have enjoyed bathroom visiting for whatever reason. I'd love to hear your cat stories!
Edited to add the pics.