Age: 16 Years Sex: Male Weight: 8 lbs.
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August 5th 2000
Tabby and White
Sitting in Mom's lap, laying on Mom, sleeping under a shirt (kitty cave/blankie)
Having belly petted, Mom being gone, Mom ignoring me
Dad's arm wrapped in a shirt
Favorite Nap Spot:
On top of Mom, laying in sun, kitty bed on arm of love seat
Can catch really well, plays hide-n-seek
His mommy-cat was dumped off at our apartment complex woods. I came home that night and she found me and was crying non-stop. I fed her and let her back out. I felt really bad that I didn't let her stay. The next night she found me again, so I scooped her up and took her inside. She had her kittens 3 days later under a bed. Frosty claimed me as his mom, and that was that. His mommy kitty and sister went to live with my mother-in-law, and his brother lives in Florida with my best friend. So I know where all my kids are.
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December 2nd 2009 7:49 pm
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How exciting! We were chosen to as a lucky family to get to test the Dyson DC31 Animal
handheld vacuum! Overall reaction is love it. To be honest, Dad does normally does most of the vacuuming because Mom has bad allergies and back issues. Even Mom can use this one though. Really!
The unit is very simplistic to work, having a trigger finger power button, click in and out attachments, and a one-button release on the dust bin. The unit it light enough for easy maneuvering. Mom has bad allergies and with having me and my brother Damon, our hair ends up everywhere. The large amounts of hair on our beds and up on her bed to aggravate her allergies the worst, and with the DC31 Animal, she can just pick it up and clean off any area she needs to in just a few minutes. No big vacuum to lug out. The large attachment is great for the dog bed and has a pivot head to make it easy to do the corners and sides of the bed. The crevice attachment does really well on the cracks of my kitty beds.
Mom’s very favorite feature is that even though it has great suction, you can vacuum small rugs, flat cat beds, and even light blankets without the vacuum sucking up the object and getting all caught up.
There’s also a combination attachment which has a soft brush on the end, or you can slide the end out to be a small lint brush. This attachment works perfectly on vacuuming stuffed animals. Mom has lots of bears, and Dad had been begging her to put them all away since they collect dust, and with her allergies, not a good idea. But they were able to go over all the stuffed animals with the vacuum and it did a great job. We also used this attachment for cleaning our lampshades and cleaning off the fronts and backs of our fans.
Mom also tried the vacuum out on her car seats and it was great. No cords to drag out to the garage! The pivot head of the main attachment was just right for the seats and there is now no sign of Damon's black dog hair all over the back seats! (He just HAS to stick his head between the seats!) The crevice tool did the job for the seat cracks and in the grooves around and between the seats and under the gas a brake pedals.
Mom and Dad both had the small Shark vacuums before which had poor suction and never could be put back together correctly after cleaning. Those are now in the garbage can! And the Dustbuster we had totally died and had horrible suction to begin with.
We would have liked for there to be a longer attachment to reach into more places, but there is a Flexi-crevice accessory that can be purchased, which we will most likely get to reach some tough to get spots. It would also have been nice if there was a little bit of rubber on the grip to help keep from slipping if your hands sweat while using. Other than that, it’s a wonderful unit that’s easy to use and really great for keeping the dog and cat hair down ---as we know it ends up everywhere! If you have allergies and want the ease of being able to clean up the hair in minutes from beds, cars, furniture, and all the other millions of places it ends up, this is perfect for you.
August 29th 2009 11:52 am
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I couldn't believe it when we logged on today that I'm Cat of the Day! Thank you Catster, it is such an honor!
We sure have had some changes go on this past year. My doggie brother Arthur had gone to the Bridge, and Mom and Dad rescued a black labbie named Damon. I sure miss the slobbery bulldog, but Damon is very sweet. He never chases me (even though sometimes I try to get him to) and he lets me do whatever I want without bugging me. He even lets me eat out of his bowl! We have a great little family, and I am very lucky to have them and all our friends on Catster and Dogster!
Now let's celebrate with some tuna!
March 1st 2007 1:23 pm
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My brother, Arthur, has been doing well. He had some more tests done on his heart, and they have all come back good. So the medications he's taking have been regulating his heart rate the way they should. So I'm glad he'll be sticking around for a while. I would never admit it to him, but I was sad when he was gone at the vet. I've actually gotten used to be slobbered on. Just as long as Mom doesn't give him TOO much attention. After all, I'm her favorite! But I am a bit jealous that Arthur gets to have some really good smelling soft canned food lately, but I'm still stuck with the old dry stuff. What's up with that??
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