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    Hair on the cat tree

    We have 2 cats and 3 of the biggest cat trees we could purchase. The newest one is a sort of furry thing but the other two are covered in short carpet like stuff. The only way I have found to remove all the cat hair from those, is to wet your hand and rub it in a circular motion. When your hand becomes dry and you discover that your hand is filled with a ball of cat hair, discard it. Wet your hand and repeat until you become bored, tired, nauseated or all three. Then simply wash your hands really well and VOILA!! I am always very impressed with the result and no chemicals. Might sound weird but the best way to go, just a shout out to cat lovers in the know.

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    Thanks for the tip Mon. I will definitely give that a try.
    Gayle - self proclaimed Queen of Poop
    Mommy to: Cali and Diego (twelve year old kittens)
    (RB furbabies: Rascal RB 10/11/03 (ferret), Sami RB 24/02/04 (dog), Trouble RB 10/08/05 (ferret), Miko RB 20/01/06 (ferret) and Sebastian RB 12/12/06(ferret), Sasha RB 17/10/09 (border collie cross)

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    Sounds like a good idea. Thanks, Mon!

    I will have to give that a try when I volunteer as a "Cat Comforter" at the Humane Society on Wednesday. (My apartment is too small for one of those cat trees!*)




    * P.S. from Sparkler and Galaxy:
    So, Mom, what do you need that big bed for, anyway? Mean, selfish Mommy!
    I meant," said Ipslore bitterly, "what is there in this world that truly makes living worthwhile?"
    Death thought about it.
    CATS, he said eventually. CATS ARE NICE.

    -- Terry Pratchett (19482015), Sourcery

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    Quote Originally Posted by phesina View Post
    Sounds like a good idea. Thanks, Mon!

    I will have to give that a try when I volunteer as a "Cat Comforter" at the Humane Society on Wednesday. (My apartment is too small for one of those cat trees!*)




    * P.S. from Sparkler and Galaxy:
    So, Mom, what do you need that big bed for, anyway? Mean, selfish Mommy!
    Yeah mom, what's up with that? Even the smallest apartment has room for a giant cat tree!

    I have a rubber brush that does an excellent job as well removing cat hair from any surface.
    Willa (5/1/1997-3/17/2018)

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