Cat hair got your
Here are a few tips
that can help.
By SuSan Logan-Mccracken
Has this happened to you? You’re standing in line at the airport, waiting to check your luggage, and a well-dressed woman says to you, “I can see you
have pets.” When this happened to me, I quickly looked
over my clothes to make sure I wasn’t covered in cat hair.
But she pointed to my canvas suitcase, which had a layer
of fur stuck to it.
Cat hair ends up on furniture, floors, our clothes, and
inside and outside of our luggage. Cat hair also goes where
we don’t expect it, because individual hairs can float in the
air. Cats also can go where dogs can’t, so you’ll find it in
more places — even surprising ones. I have found cat hair
in my coffee cup, on the stovetop where my cats aren’t
allowed, and even stuck to my lips after applying lip gloss.
Our Facebook fans shared that they’ve found cat hair
between their teeth, inside their ears, and in the refrigera-
tor and freezer. One fan, Lee Hallett, discovered “a single
long white hair just casually laying atop my truck’s engine.”
Let’s face it. It’s everywhere. So here are some things to
help you deal with it.
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