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  1. Thank you, Michael. I did not know that you had all of those videos available. As Babz said, it is good to hear your voice ๐Ÿ™‚ Well, it was first take, and it was excellent!

    • Thanks Cal. I believe in getting the message across rather than making it super slick. And referring to the book gives it credibility I think and something for me to hang onto.

    • Thanks Babz. It was first take one take and continuous so no chance to hide things except I did use a lowish definition camera (on the computer) to hide the age in my tired face ๐Ÿ˜‰ LOL.

      • I think you have a handsome face, Michael. I love the accent.
        Why are we humans so critical of ourselves? Cats aren’t.
        And, great info about hairballs and solutions.
        Every cat person needs to know this.

        • Thanks Dee. Well, to be honest, I just feel like doing a video sometimes because I get a but tired of typing words ๐Ÿ˜‰ And it makes a change. Also talk videos can communicate better sometimes. A lot of websites use video to communicate. Online newspapers use video much more these days.

  2. I love your videos Michael, lots of good advice in this one. I kept expecting Charlie to pop up lol
    Unfortunately our Jozef is the cat from hell for eating a special diet or taking any of the things that help, so our solution is a few small pats of best butter licked off my fingers. I groom him every day, he doesn’t cast that much fur really and we’ve even bought some nit combs to make sure we miss no loose hair.
    He loves being groomed, so does Walter, he very rarely has a hairball but poor Jo is prone to them, as some cats are.

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