Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Math problem for today

How much hair can a cat shed
before it is technically no longer a cat?


I'm not sure what the answer is, but I swear it's spread across my sofa.
And my carpet.
And my bed.
And....

10 comments:

subtorp77 said...

Ask Garfield! And if a cat sheds all its hair, it's still a cat, wot? I'm just sayin'...

Janna said...

Subtorp: If a cat sheds all its hair, it can come take some from my carpet and sofa and make a kitty toupee for itself. Free.

subtorp77 said...

Alas, when I think of all those bald Manx cats...and we have all this cat hair...just imbedded into everything...

Rusty Salmon said...

I don't know, but it can't happen fast enough. I hate cats.

By the way, this is Chris from that blog that sounds like a Buffett song. I've moved to a new site, so I hope you'll come by.

chris-knucklehead.blogspot.com

Jeff said...

See, this is why I only have fish. They rarely shed on your couch.

Grace said...

You can collect it all and have it woven into yarn and then knit a new cat. (http://www.petyarnchic.com/howitworks.htm)

VE said...

You're silly not to have them all chromed. They're good about polishing the chrome afterwards too...

Janna said...

Subtorp: Maybe the Manx cats can try kitty Rogaine...

RustySalmon: **gasp**! You hate cats??

Jeff: Only if you can train them to stay off the furniture.

Grace: Wow!

VE: I could get a shiny chrome litter box so they could stare at their own reflection while they're peeing. Or, wait, would that be wrong?

subtorp77 said...

Janna, ssshhhh...and not Rogaine, 'tis Furgaine...

MikeWJ at Too Many Mornings said...

Bald cat? Disgusting. More disgusting, actually.