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Cats and dogs have plenty of fur and the battle of the fur and the household never seems to end. Cats and dogs don’t seem to care much about losing a bit of fur but it does bother many humans. Given that the fur problem for humans is not likely to end anytime soon is there anything we can do to reduce the amount of fur that cats and dogs shed?
The answer is ‘yes and no’ and has a lot to do with the personality of the human not the cat or dog. Dogs and cats shed and that is a fact of life. They can no more stop shedding than we humans can stop shedding. (Humans shed skin cells and lose body/head hair every single day).
- cecilia levallois
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My cat Flavius Vespasian Cecilio was born on Saint Cecilia´s Day, Nov. 22d, 2005, the third son from my queen Khurrem Abebé. Named after the Roman emperor who began the construction of the Colosseum, he was wise, prudent, sensible and very loyal. He was a peaceful being and he loved to watch me cook. He was the perfect historian´s cat: pragmatic, practical and with a good eye for detail. I still miss him, but I know he must have a terrific catering service up there beyond rainbow bridge. He is buried in my garden, but he lives on in my kitchen and certainly in my heart. Cecilia ruiz de Ríos, Nicaraguan historian, webmistress of www.cablenet.com.ni/historyarte