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Joy[_3_]
December 21st 16, 01:40 AM
My bedspread is covered with cat hair. I've found that a damp sponge
removes it easily. The problem is that I can never find a time when
there isn't a cat on the bed. Naturally I won't disturb one that is
there, so it seldom gets cleaned.

Joy

jmcquown[_2_]
December 21st 16, 03:04 AM
On 12/20/2016 7:40 PM, Joy wrote:
> My bedspread is covered with cat hair. I've found that a damp sponge
> removes it easily. The problem is that I can never find a time when
> there isn't a cat on the bed. Naturally I won't disturb one that is
> there, so it seldom gets cleaned.
>
> Joy

Yes, who owns whom? Make a game of it. Okay guys, get up. I'm going
to wash the bedspread! We'll put it back on again when it's dry. Won't
that feel nice and warm and cozy? :)

I have a different problem. No matter how often I change the
bedclothes, and I only have one cat, I always find I have to sweep off
cat litter from the bottom sheet at bedtime. Cat litter. It's covered
with another sheet and a blanket all day long. I've never seen her
sleeping on that bottom sheet. Yet there's always a bit of cat litter
there when I go to bed. Go figure.

The furminator works for well for removing fluffy cat hair. From the
cats. Not your bedspread.

Happy Holidays!

Jill

Bastette
January 3rd 17, 09:30 PM
jmcquown wrote:

> I have a different problem. No matter how often I change the
> bedclothes, and I only have one cat, I always find I have to sweep off
> cat litter from the bottom sheet at bedtime. Cat litter. It's covered
> with another sheet and a blanket all day long. I've never seen her
> sleeping on that bottom sheet. Yet there's always a bit of cat litter
> there when I go to bed. Go figure.

Same here. And as far as I know, Licky doesn't sleep under the covers.
Whenever I find him sleeping on my bed, he is *on* the bed, not in it.
Yet, just as you say, there is always a bit of litter on the bottom sheet
that I have to sweep off before getting in bed. I try not to think too
hard about where that litter has been. :)

--
A clean house is a sign of a broken computer.

jmcquown[_2_]
January 5th 17, 04:32 PM
On 1/3/2017 3:30 PM, Bastette wrote:
> jmcquown wrote:
>
> > I have a different problem. No matter how often I change the
> > bedclothes, and I only have one cat, I always find I have to sweep off
> > cat litter from the bottom sheet at bedtime. Cat litter. It's covered
> > with another sheet and a blanket all day long. I've never seen her
> > sleeping on that bottom sheet. Yet there's always a bit of cat litter
> > there when I go to bed. Go figure.
>
> Same here. And as far as I know, Licky doesn't sleep under the covers.
> Whenever I find him sleeping on my bed, he is *on* the bed, not in it.
> Yet, just as you say, there is always a bit of litter on the bottom sheet
> that I have to sweep off before getting in bed. I try not to think too
> hard about where that litter has been. :)
>
I hear ya! I have no idea how the litter managers to get through the
top sheet and a blanket when Buffy *never* gets under the covers. It's
a mystery!

Jill