Saturday, June 09, 2007

Can recycle?

This is the current collection of cat hair, collected via the pet hair remover sponge.

Maybe someone can make them useful, like spin them into threads or yarns... to be used for sewing or something...? Perhaps to patch up the torn sofa that the cats shredded with their claws?

Muahahahahaa~!!


8 comments:

cat_aunty said...

I am sure they will make very comfortable winter socks!!

Except dogs may chase after you....

auntie p said...

Wahahaha! What a good idea!

jennifer_yq said...

i always think the fur that my cats dropped can be made into pillow...should be softer than cotton. ha ha....

EJ. said...

Looks like Pork floss.

auntie p said...

Is EJ missing pork floss? ;)

I heard the bak gua & bak hoo (bbq pork and pork floss) that's available in western countries' Chinatown don't taste as nice as the local ones.

Chee said...

auntie p, i went to the daiso shop in vivocity but couldn't find the sponge. did you get yours in vivocity or plaza singapura?

auntie p said...

Chee, I got mine at Plaza S'pura previously. I was at Daiso IMM a few weeks' ago and at Vivocity last Sat, and both were out of stock.

However, I found an alternative sponge product at IMM - there are 2 sponges in a pack and each sponge is triple-layered like kueh lapis with different texture on both sides.

It's a pity that Daiso sometimes stopped bringing in the pet products which were previously available, eg. pet deodorant for wiping soiled surfaces and soft-clumping pet litter. I'd used them and they weren't bad at all.

EJ. said...

Yeap, missing Singapore's food.
Most of asian food don't taste as authentic and good here. The flavours are 'altered' to suite the local consumers. Also original ingredients are not easily available for the recipe.