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Posts Tagged ‘cat’

Thanksgiving is upon us!

Posted by Fairy Yarnmother on November 22, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  Here’s a cute youtube video about a cat who likes to sleep in boxes and his evil owner who keeps making the boxes smaller. 

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Song about socks

Posted by Fairy Yarnmother on November 17, 2010


My cat, Fiona, loves her socks! Enjoy the youtube song.

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Hans and Fiona, sleeping buddies

Posted by Fairy Yarnmother on July 3, 2010

This is the closest Fiona’s let Hans get to her.  She likes Hans best when he’s sleeping.

      

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Here’s the world’s sweetest cat

Posted by Fairy Yarnmother on April 19, 2010

Here’s Fiona.  She just got done helping me take lots of photos of yarn for the website, http://fairyyarnmother.com.  The background was set up on my desk so Fiona just plopped down and insisted that I stop and take her picture.  She thought I was working too hard and needed a break.   Fiona is a pastel tortie, american shorthair.   She likes playing with twist ties (from bread bags) and teasing dogs.   She follows me around the house making sure I take time to smell the flowers and help her tease the dog.

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Going Green Cleaners

Posted by Fairy Yarnmother on May 27, 2009

Here’s some idea’s if you don’t want to use fabric softeners on your laundry.
http://www.grinningplanet.com/2004/04-29/stop-static-cling-fabric-softener-article.htm The vinegar softens because it takes the lime out of the fabrics.

My step sister gave me a nice window cleaner recipe last year, it’s streak free. It really works. Use crumpled up newsprint as your towel, mix 1/4 cup white vinegar, 1 tablespoon cornstarch in 1 quart of warm water. I put the mix in a spray bottle. the solution will store indefinately, just shake it up before you use it.

I also found a great pet stain recipe that works for old stains. put a few drops of dish soap in a mason jar, fill it up with equal parts of hydrogen peroxide and water, then add 2 tablespoons of baking soda and shake. Let it soak into the carpet, because pet stains soak in. You’ll see it bubble while it’s working on the stain. When it stops, then run a wet vac over it. If you can still smell the stain, then do it again and let it sit longer. This one’s been a life saver. The first humid summer we moved into our house, I noticed some old stains that smelled. I tried everything to get it that smell out, year after year, then I tried this recipe and it worked right away.

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