Today young Parsley Sauce is with us, sharing his uber thankfulness fur having such a beautiful shiny coat, he say's it's because he spends a lot of time primping and preening, and while this is fact he omitted to mention that the P.A. spends quite a bit of time brushing him, sometimes 3 times a day, as young Mr Sauce in all honesty is Addicted to Brush! MOL
The P.A. says he's fur feels like velvet, so she also calls him Mr Mint Velvet. Seriously though what cat comes hurtling across the garden at light speed when a brush is waved at him? [Pansy] There are also several types of brush employed, from supurr soft bristles to combs and massage varieties, and Parsley seems to like a combination of treatments on a daily basis.
Are mew addicted to brush?
As now I'm curious, as purrsonally I'm not a fan. Smoochie enjoys it and gets a little too excited resulting in a back-hawk [mohawk], chest hawk and tummy hawk, this is when the phrase: Back Hawk Down comes into play! MOL Snowie is also a rather keen and willing brushee, as is Humphrey. Amber can take it or leave it and Angel Posie was a complete no-go-zone unless mew wanted to lose digits.
This leads me to wunder, is it normal fur cats to be addicted to brush, or am I in the minority of not enjoying this hairy fairy fur inducing past-time?
The P.A. also has this to say on the joys of brushing;
If cat fur were currency she'd be a billionaire!
She would also like to add this addendum;
After carefully removing all traces of cat fur with a super sticky lint roller from my clothing every morning before I leave the house, by the time I get to work I can still look like I've rolled on the floor in a pile of it - what is this strange phenomenon? Am I a cat fur magnet? Is it some predisposed condition and if so is it treatable? And forget using any type of lip-gloss unless you want to have fur-mouth! [Not a good look on anyone LOL]
THE JOYS OF CATS
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