Tuesday, 15 September 2009

My Furry Flat

Things which don't work so well with cat hair on/in them:

The filter in the washing machine
Hand-rolled cigarettes
The wheelie button on my computer mouse

Things which work better with cat hair on them:

The cat

So, should I shave the cat?? Just look at her about to sit on the sellotape here:


Pieter said...

The cat is working towards an environment without velcro, selotape, washing machine filters, inedible as well as unchaseable mouses and margerine. Cat seems to be winning...-:)

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Jane said...

Some suggestions from a long time cat owner:

Attack the problem at source. I.E: Groom the cat. A daily once over with a cat comb makes a big difference.

Cover places where the cat sits with cotton bath towels. Then you can just pop the towels in the washing machine occasionally.

Get a really powerful vacuum cleaner.

Use a lint roller.