I could tell you about dogs! ! We just lost our 14 year old Samoad about 11 months ago - still find her hairs in the most unusual places (some came out of the box with the Christmas tree!)
The oldest dog we have now is called SNORT - (part Chow, part collie) Now here we go again - More Hair!!!! He's just too
pretty to be a boy!!!!!
Our year old part terrier/chuahua (sp?) was raised with our cat and I swear she thinks she's a cat - she scratches at you, jumps up on the tables and makes the weirdest sounds like a cat when she wants something (as well as rubbing on your leg when she wants petted!)
Our cat (about the same age) tries to go out with the other dogs and wants to eat the dog food. She's lined up with the dogs at human mealtime and stands there and begs - just like the others!
Our baby (a 6 mo old Mutt with EVERYTHING in him) thinks he is a lap dog! (He weighs 42+ lbs)' You should see him jump up in my 16 year old daughters lap -which can be quite commical, especially when the little terrier mix is already sitting there!!
MAYBE WE ALL SHOULD GET TOGEATHER AND POOL OUR DOG HAIR - SELL IT - A NEW BUSINESS --- DOG HAIR TO PUT ON A SPINNING WHEEL AND WEAVE INTO THREAD FOR KNITTING!!!
(Don't laugh, at the Western NC State fair there was a lady with a spinning wheel who does use Samoad hair!!!!!!!!!!!)