Adventures of four kitties of disparate backgrounds (Nitro S Pierce, Xing Lu, Igmu Sapa, & DammitJim) residing in one house with two 2-leggers (Dad & Mommer) and a lesser 4-legger (dog Cocoa). Oddly enough, all 4-leggers share the first name, "DAMMIT!" (One moreso than the others.)
1. if you have light-colored fur, your beans will always wear dark clothes. 2. sometimes birdies line their nests wif furs that outside critters has shedded. 3. bunnies' furs can be improved by giving them linoleic acid on their food, just like kitties! 4. fur is tickly, 'specially on/in the nose! 5. fur can change color: grandma's black kitty had her arm shaved for an i.v., and when it grew back, it was WHITE! 6. a little fur in the dinner plate nefurr hurt nobean. 7. a polar bear's furs are really colorless, not white. they looks white because the air spaces inside the furs scatter light of all colors, an' all that's left is white. 8. some seasonal fur grows out in a different color (like midnight's ruff, or buns who have white furs in winter and brownish in summer for camoflage). 9. some beans' head fur is different from their face fur--mom's cousin curt has yellow furs on his head, but if he grows face fur, it's ORANGE! 10. glue manufacturers are studying the sticking properties of kitty underfur to see if they can find a clue to better glue ;-) 11. some beans spin yarn out of woofies', kitties', and buns' underfurs, and knit and crochet clotheses from them--they are just jealous 'cause they don't have furs themselves!! see? 12. a cross-section of naturally curly fur is elongated and rectangular. wavy fur tends to an oval shape, while straight fur is almost perfectly round. 13. we shouldn't judge a kitty or a woofie or a bean or nuthin' by whether they gots furs or not--gosh, look at our sphynx furriends, our cheehooahhooah furriends, and our dad! all of them are furry fine critters!