This cat would have a lot of hairballs! Unless of course, her staff person spends a lot of time brushing.
That’s why I bring National Hairball Awareness Day to your attention – a day to recognise and take steps to eliminate hairballs in cats. I want to make this day International Hairball Awareness Day. After all, we live all over the place. I’d keep the same date of course, the last Friday in April
The woman who feeds me is accustomed to hairballs, she usually finds them in the morning, when she has no shoes on. For some reason she’s not too happy about it but I try hard to leave them on the tiles instead of the couch and I expect deep gratitude for my foresight.
Sparkle was considering a contest, wanting photos of hairballs and everyone voting on the best one but her staff person …
thought that was “gross” and said she didn’t want to have to crop and resize a bunch of pictures of hairballs.
People! Mine’s the same!
What’s worse, the woman who feeds me says she has no time to judge hairballs much less find prizes for the best hack attack and send stuff all over the world. I don’t know what she does with all that time at her disposal.
Personally, I’d like to see some photos of fabulously furry felines. As a neat short-hair myself I sometimes find myself gazing longingly at more hirsute neighbours but at least I’m cool during the hotter months.
But are you a floofy cat? Want to send me a photo of your furry glory? At least I can feature you!
Before I go I must remind you that humans get hairballs too. Make sure your person eats a little knob of butter every week and always drinks plenty of water. Grass is good for them too. Force your person to eat lots of grass every day – they really don’t like to eat grass, but you must insist that this is for their health and prevention of hairballs!
And a Happy Hairball Day to you!