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Oh.My.Goodness.J'Belle... you could make a whole 'nother chow out of that! LOL.
MMMM, delicious.Have you ever considered using the chow's hair to make yarn and then into afgans? Would it work?
My cat must be part Chow, because he leaves piles of hair like that all over the house.Time to take him in for his spring shaving.
Phil, we will get a leaf bag full of hair every weekend from now until...middle of July? Kitty, who comes by to eat, got his summer clip, too. He wasn't the least bit bashful about his lion cut and he does look startling but much better as his long, fluffy hair had winter matt. He told me he's a stud and he can wear his hair anyway and everyone will still say, KITTY! WHERE YA BEEN??I'm just telling you what he said.
gee, BB, I'll get on that. You wanna wear this sweater? :)
Sometimes it's lilacs and sometimes it's hair. It's all good.I have never made hair water.
You know, Jahn, it is said that dog hair make the best sweaters and afghans around. It is silkier than wool and warmer. It lasts longer too. When I had Captain, I'd looked into turning all that hair into yarn to make things with. I never followed through with it though.
Annnybuddy wants to make chow sweaters, I can hook you up. :)yeah, Curt. Each day brings a new thrill, huh?
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