March 10th 2012 7:18 am
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Mommy says I have "old cat fur". I say, is that something like "old human hair"?
She says my fur is stiff and waxy and full of dandruff, and she'd like to know what product of dry shampoo or wipes that'll make my crowning glory shine and be pretty again. She combs me every day or every other day, more so than my brothers 'cause my fur "clumps" as if it had clumping litter mixed in.
Ohhhhh, the dandruff is thick along my lower back. She uses a flea comb to get rid of most of it.
Anyway, that's about it on my fur issues.
Also, spring is almost here. In fact, we spring forward early Sunday morning. That means it'll be getting darker later on. To me it doesn't mean much as I don't go outside anymore and am too arthritic to jump into any cat trees or windowsills.
Mommy left the hallway window open on Thursday, as it went up to the mid 70's. I could feel the breezes blowing around the corner and into my bathroom.
Well, that about it from me. Have a pawsome weekend everycat!
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If you get any good tips, let me know, Camille. I have some fur issues myself these days. The belly fur and leg fur is as soft and fine as ever, but the fur on my back and on top of my head gets crusty, and Mom has to wash me with baby shampoo. It's probably just because my arthritis makes it hard for me to keep those areas as squeaky clean as I'd like. She'd like to use some sort of conditioner, but is afraid of using something that might make me sick if I licked it off.
Old cat fur just means you've lived a long happy life and have the right to keep your fur however you see fit! Enjoy it!
It's the dry air...mommy adds some vitamins to my food when she can get away with it so that way I get a little moisture. I think it's from dry air in the winter...and not being able to groom one's back properly.