- First, it's very important to have a lot of baths. I have at least six per day. But not the kind that involve water.
- Second, you must sit in the sun a lot.
- Third, sitting by the heater as much as you can helps a lot.
- Fourth, if you can sleep under the doona (duvet) you will keep your furs shiny.
- Fifth, you must take a LOT of naps.
- Finally, convincing your mum or dad to give you ham or roast chicken helps most of all.
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Last week my friends Tipper and Misty asked me about how I keep my furs so nice and shiny. It's a complicated process so you might want to write it down, or maybe print out this page so you can refer to it later.
Written by Teddy Westlife at 7:23 AM
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Great tips, Huffle! My vet told me when I saw her last month that flaxseed oil is great for making a cat's coat shiny, so Mummy has been adding a little to my Fancy Feast!
When all my furs grow back I hope they can be almost as shiney as yours, Huffle. I do not need to print this owt as I like all of these things, 'cept the doona, as I doona have a doona, but I will try my best to get one.
Houston, we have a problem. Baths? Heaters? We can handle the ham and napping, so guess we will only be half shiny.
We think that the ham is what makes us the most shiny, yes, it must be the ham☺
That last one sounds really good.
Woo are a SIBERIAN...what are woo doing with a HEATER???
Oh, what the TH said, baths - forget it. Sun is good but only as long as the a/c vent is close by. Naps, not too bad, Ham and chicken - right on!!!
Woos, TD and Phantom
Yup!! We agree with that list!! We also think getting tons of pats from your folks is great too.Everycat loves a massage!!
You're lookin' good Huffle :)
Purrs Mickey, Georgia & Tillie
I think that last one is the most critical
Your sage advice sounds very tasty! Thanks for the grooming tips...see, mewmie, ham and chicken baby food coming right up...she doesn't cook much and she calls baby food Fast Food for Cats.
Essential is to have a plan, and you have a solid plan, Huffle. We will bring it up with our human staff, especially the part about ham, chicken, or both.
I have a very shiney coat like yours and your advice seems pretty good although except for Ham and Chicken I don't do any of those things, cuz my coat is heavy and it always keeps me warm!
Those are guidelines to live by. Especially the roast chicken. YUM!
I don't know if I will ever have shiny floof!
Thanks for the tips, Huffle!
Kisses and hugs
Those are good tips, Huffle! And most of them work for me...except the one about sitting by the heater...I LOVE to sit by the heater but it dries my furs out...and gives me white speckles in my furs...mom sez I shouldn't sit by the heater...but I don't listen to her....
We can agree with the naps and chicken. But we'll never be very shiny.
WOO Huffle. Doesn't the sun bleach out your lovely black fur?
WOOOOO woo rar rar rar,
Kayla and Maebe
hey Huffle Mawson,
That is a lot of work! And I don't know about so many baths, even the kind without water! And a heater? I think I would definitely melt!
But, I can dig the ham and roast chicken part. Thanks for the tips!
Those are very good tips! Naps sounds really good! Also, I like baths without water!
WOW! FANTASTIC TIPS. AND THEY OBVIOUSLY WORK!Smooches.
Such a vast amount of wisdom in such a small kit-cat!
I have been having trouble with my fur lately but I also haven't been sleeping under the doona, or sitting by the heater, or getting chicken and ham. I should try your tips.
Ari says ham and chicken--and lots of naps--are good for her coat, too. Funny, though, it's not nearly as shiny as yours. Maybe we should up the baths.
Great tips! We're glad we have you to help us out with these things, Huffle!
Purrs and hugs,
The Kitty Krew
So, let' see...baths (check)...sun (check)...naps (check). I think we've got everything covered 'cept the chicken part. Mom...we need a chicken!
Tipper & Misty
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