61. get a sticky roller and keep it in your car!!!deal w/ it!!
62. Carry a lint brush in your car or purse..
63. Carry a sticky roller and clean your clothes when you leave. Your friend knows she has a cat hair problem but doesn't care because she loves her cats. It would only insult her or hurt her feelings to buy supplies, offer to clean her home or saying something.
64. wear vinyl
65. Always carry a lint remover and use it when you leave.
66. get a sticky roller and roll the fur off after you leave
67. Wear slippery clothing, eg satin, and the fur won't stick
68. take along a lint roller
69. get yourself a lint brush or stop going
70. bring in a large (beach) towel to sit on, cleaning up hair is a consant battle with that many cats.
71. say im allergic - what can we do?
72. It is her house-if you don't like it-don't go
73. Give it up. Your friend, the cats and the cat hair are a package deal. If you can't deal with the fur, offer to meet your friend for coffee or dinner someplace other than her house. Perhaps invite your friend to your house!
74. Ask if she has any roller lint brushes or suggest buying some for her.
75. Keep a lint roller in your car
76. Where light colored clothes, it would be best if she was thoughtful enough to clean before people came, I do, but if she isn't it is their house, so you have to deal with it.
77. suggest going out for coffee, or ask nicely before sitting down if you can put a towel down to avoid getting hair on your clothes.
78. I have 10 cats and they are messy. I clean as thoroughly as I can when expecting visitors, since not everyone feels like I do about the cats. I love it when people can suggest better ways to keep the mess under control.
79. IF YOU LOVE YOUR FRIEND, DEAL WITH IT. GET A HAIR REMOVER TO KEEP IN YOUR CAR. GET A CAT OF YOUR OWN. I HAVE 22 AND ALWAYS LOOK LIKE A HAIRBALL!!!
80. I'm the woman with the cats -- 6 of them!!
81. That is provided she is a good friend and you are not alergic to cats
82. Have her come to your house instead
83. Mention that the cat hairs are all over your clothes ruining them and siggest she purchase hair removal supplies
84. Don't wear clothes that pick up cat hair easily - no corduroy, no short nappy stuff - and keep a sticky roller in your car for on-the-way-home cleanup...After all, she is a friend..
85. Love your friend?, love her cats, deal with it.
86. try and cope with the cat hair or drop a few hints on how much hair is around her house.......or else don't go over.
87. You know she has 7 cats, and no matter how much you clean, there is always going to be cat hair. Wear something that won't show the hair so much.
88. I KEEP A LINT ROLLER IN THE CAR AT ALL TIMES.
89. Being a devout cat lover with cats of my own, people just have to deal with it if they want to see me. Remember: no outfit is complete without cat hair. I'm sure most people won't agree with me, but that's what people have to put up with when they come to visit me. Course I do clean the house first.
90. Take a lint roller with you and brush it off before getting in the car. Maybe even do it in front of her and then she might realize this is a problem.
91. suggest some good hair grooming products
92. I have 5 cats, vacuum 3x a week and if guests can't deal with the hair, they can stay home.
93. bring a lint brush for when you leave
94. Don't wear black! Suggest you meat somewhere else. Tell her the hair is ruining your cloths.
95. Invite her to your house.
96. wash clothing as soon as you get home!
97. Visit, deal with the hair and use a lint roller when you leave.
98. invite her to your place,because the hair bothers you.
99. never wear black while visiting or don't visit
100. If you like your friend be her friend. Just don't wear your best clothes that might be ruined by cat hair. Wear something nice but washable and relax!
101. Have her visit you in your home and explain why, especially if you are allergic.
102. (I think that the cats live there she doesn't)
103. Keep a lint roller and some fabric refresher in the car to clean up after you leave.
104. Ask her to visit with you. That way, you can enjoy your friend and not have cat hair
105. Depends on the situation. The friend comes with cats, and even under the best of circumstances, there will always be hair. If you can deal, keep visiting. If you can't, don't.
106. I always wear all washable items and plan on doing so when I go to such a home
107. bring your OWN supplies to pick up the hair should you choose to visit, or visit elsewhere
108. tell her you have allergies, ask if she minds if you sit on a towel or sheet when you sit on her furniture, b/c contact with the hair really aggravates your allergies
109. wear old clothing
110. Wear cat friendly clothes
111. Bring a lint/hair remover with you. When you leave the house, use it.
112. 2 choices - either don't go to her house to get together...meet somewhere OR visit and take a lint brush to use after leaving the house.
113. Let them know you leave with little fluffies all over you. But be prepared also by wearing only washable clothes.
114. Suggest the friend move to a farm
115. Carry a pet hair roller and use it in your car.
116. buy a brush that remove hair from clothes - wear things that aren't as apt to pick up hair.
117. just buy hairnpick up stuff and when you are leaving start puting it on.
118. Buy a brush to pick up the hair on your clothing and stop complaining about the little things.
119. With cats you always get a ton of hair - I'm a cat owner and always offer to put a clean sheet or towel down to protect the visitors clothing.
120. Invite your friend to your house...problem solved