Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Recent Adorableness


The little Lion may have lost his mane and turned into a medium-hair on us, but he still has leonine gravitas — and a pink nose that I can't resist.


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  1. Oh, now. You know Lion is a quick change artist! He changes his looks with the season. Just think what that means....he is telling you winter may been over soon as he has donned his summer attire. You need to be thanking him for his weather forecasting services (prognostications). No matter, He is Handsome!

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  2. I'm sure as he gets older and needs more warmth, he'll start sprouting furrs all over the places

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  3. As someone with 2 medium haired cats, I'd just like to know how you keep your furniture so hair free.

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    1. Hi Betsy, my solution is Photoshop. Just kidding: I use one of those red, two-sided lint brushes made by 3M. Ours is wedge-shaped with a plastic handle. (I also keep a spare; they eventually wear out with the amount of use I give them.) I've also found that it's much easier to clean upholstery and bedcovers in smooth, sturdy cotton than fabrics like velvet, which is a nightmare for cat-hair removal. I use the lint brush on our lace curtains, too. Thanks for reading.

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