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post #31 of 43
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Originally Posted by white cat lover
Rigel, I have learned to hang a lint roller with my car keys so I always lint roller my shirt before I go anywhere. Sometimes I'm just too lazy to bother. I think of cat hiar as a blessing of having a cat!
....ABSOLUTELY!!! Natalie! ....agree with you!


post #32 of 43
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Originally Posted by Sar
Great to see you back Rigel! I've missed you!

I bet the white hairs look lovely on your black clothes, Rigel! I can only imagine what it's like! I bet it makes a lovely texture!!!!

I'd have a batch of Milky hair any day!
Oh Chick! I miss you too!

I to take a not of that and for the next postcard that I to send you I to take an "example" from the "amo bonito" to you and I to send you! ......

Nice to see you again here!
post #33 of 43
Mmmmm, those are yummy!
post #34 of 43
Hey, Rigel! Welcome back! We've missed you!

Don't you know that no outfit is complete without cat hairs? (It must be true...I have a sign in my bedroom that says so! )

I've had many a cat hair sandwich (or casserole...or pie...or salad), and most of my clothes have at least a few hairs. What truly amazes me is that I can pick up clothes from the dry cleaner, pack them in the dry cleaning bags directly into my suitcase, and they still arrive on the other end of the country covered in cat hair.
post #35 of 43
When I go to work, I use a lint remover at home, just before walking out of the house. Then I get to work, and use it again! Like you said, the car is always full of cat hair...even if the cats are never in the car!

At least cat hair is fine and short (for my cats!). My dog, and akita, has a combination of wool (sticks to everything) and guard hairs (long and visible from far away!) LOL!
post #36 of 43
Nice thread title Donkey Girl. I'm officially ignoring this thread.
post #37 of 43
oh yes..everything in our house is seasoned with kittie hair. I especially love the calico seasons
post #38 of 43
Thread Starter 
Wow, some really good suggestions for how to enjoy different flavour cat hairs! I'll need to get hold of some of the ones I haven't tried yet.
Last night I had cumberland pie with white hairs and it was yummy! Seasoned by Sleeves himself.
Ryan why are you ignoring this thread? No matter how much you try to ignore it, you have tried cat hair sandwiches.
post #39 of 43
I really love your siggy Pombina, Such cute babies
post #40 of 43
The two- inch grey, cream, and white striped hairs are delicious. No meal would be yummy without them. No outfit would be complete without them either.
post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by CoolCat
Oh Chick! I miss you too!

I to take a not of that and for the next postcard that I to send you I to take an "example" from the "amo bonito" to you and I to send you! ......

Nice to see you again here!
Oh definitely do, Rigel! I'm sure it tastes divine with some Fajitas!

Lovely seeing you back!
post #42 of 43
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by VampireCat
I really love your siggy Pombina, Such cute babies
Thanks!! I love it too! Made by the wonderful Christine (Cagnes).
post #43 of 43
Im waiting for the day I am sitting at work eating lunch and cough up a hair ball on my desk.
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