Author: Holland Webb

6 Tips for Dealing with Cat Fur

6 Tips for Dealing with a Hairy Situation Instead of viewing cat hair as a nuisance, why not consider it a source of raw material for some truly engaging crafts? If a fur ball necklace, a felted cat fur purse, or a tiny hat crafted from cat hair sound like you, read on. Here are our six tips for using cat hair constructively: 1. Wash it, card it, spin it, and knit it. Humans have been making yarn from sheep’s wool for at least 10,000 years. Why not create a useful ball of yarn from cat hair as well?...

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How To Remove Cat Hair

How to Keep Your Home Cat-Hair Free (Almost) There’s cat hair everywhere! With 40 million hairs covering a cat’s body at any one time, you can imagine why your favorite shirt, sofa, or bedspread gets buried under the fur. The one thing that almost all cat parents want to know is: How to remove cat hair? We adore our cats, but unless you live with a hairless breed like a Sphynx or a low-volume shedder like a Bengal, you probably wage a constant struggle against encroaching cat hair. Not only is shedding a problem for the furniture, but it...

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Guide to Cat’s Hair

The Essential Guide to a Cat’s Hair If you have cats, your house has cat hair. Unless you are rooming with a hairless breed, loving a cat means plucking strands of fur off the recliner and out of your morning coffee. But did you know there’s a lot more to cat hair than meets the eye? For instance, did you realize cats have 60,000 hairs per square inch on their backs and about 120,000 hairs per square inch on their undersides? Whipping out a calculator and our rusty math skills, we figured that the average cat is sprouting around...

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