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This Cat Rolled Around In Bath Bomb Glitter And Honestly Looks Fantastic

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This is Salem, a beloved cat pal in Pittsburgh. Salem really, really loves the bathtub. Keep that in mind because it's about to be very important.

Amanda Barron

On Tuesday night, Salem's owner, 33-year-old Amanda Barron, took a bath with a Lush Intergalactic bath bomb. As anyone who's used one knows, these bath bombs are very pretty, but very messy.

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This bath bomb in particular was packed with gold glitter and before Barron had a chance to rinse the tub out, Salem got right in there.

Amanda Barron

And like magic: GLITTER CAT. ✨✨✨

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"He loves the tub. I don't know why. He just LOVES the tub," Barron told BuzzFeed News via Facebook. "The tub is magic fun place to him."

Amanda Barron

And honestly, Salem looks fresh to death.

Amanda Barron

Like a beautiful night sky filled with golden stars.

Amanda Barron

The red carpet Beyoncé of cats. 😍

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This is a cat who knows he's fabulous.

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After Salem got glitter everywhere, Barron managed to rinse the tub and give him a bath.

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Amanda Barron

He didn't like that part so much.

You can see more videos of Salem's glitter bonanza here. And in case you're wondering, the glitter was made from seaweed and is totally kitty safe."He's fine. He yeowled at me during his bath, and sulked around the apartment looking like his entire day was ruined," said Barron.
Amanda Barron

You can see more videos of Salem's glitter bonanza here. And in case you're wondering, the glitter was made from seaweed and is totally kitty safe.

"He's fine. He yeowled at me during his bath, and sulked around the apartment looking like his entire day was ruined," said Barron.

Barron — a cat lover and supporter of the ASPCA — is just happy her other cat, Selina, escaped the glitter. But it may just be a matter of time.

"There is glitter EVERYWHERE. You don't get rid of glitter, it stays with you forever," she said.
Amanda Barron

"There is glitter EVERYWHERE. You don't get rid of glitter, it stays with you forever," she said.