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Living the American dream one heartbreaking piece at a time
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*brush* *brush* *brush*
Brushing Ra is an experience in masochism and frustration. The more you brush that cat, the more he sheds directly into the air, into your hand, on your clothes and onto the floor (as well as the brush itself). Worse, when you're done brushing him you're left with enough fur caught in the brush bristles to make a whole new cat.

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gen From: gen Date: June 13th, 2002 04:52 pm (UTC) (Link)
She hates it, but I've found that if I go into the shower with Feep and just hose her with a focused stream of water from the detachable shower nozzle the shedding hair will just clump off. Since she has dry skin and needs to be washed reglarly this is usually how we deal with the shedding cathair.
frostyw From: frostyw Date: June 14th, 2002 04:22 am (UTC) (Link)

domestic cats + water = bloodshed?

I have to assume you go in there with full body armor and/or have the paramedics on speed dial.
gen From: gen Date: June 14th, 2002 09:16 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: domestic cats + water = bloodshed?

It's rather amusing, actually. Since the stream of water is coming towards me she'd have to9 rush headlong into it to get at me. Usually her tactic is to try to hide around my ankles to get awat from the stream of water, although once or twice she's just reached up and pushed at my hand holding the hose in an effort to get me to stop. For all the ferocity Feep shows strangers, she's just a whiny baby with me.

It beats holding her down in the bathtub at least!
roho From: roho Date: June 14th, 2002 09:55 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: domestic cats + water = bloodshed?

It beats holding her down in the bathtub at least!

Or the toilet!
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