If you live in the north end of Tacoma and downwind from our house, there's a very good chance you spotted tufts of Charlene and Wylla floof wafting in the air yesterday afternoon.
I took both girls out to the back deck for a serious brushing with the Furminator, and removed a shocking amount of hair. It was too windy to gather it all so I just let it go, but the first time I Furminated Charlene, I collected a gallon-sized ziplock bagful of hair. I'm guessing I brushed out that much, if not more, of just her alone. Her coat is much denser than Wylla's, but Wylla still had plenty to shed.
They both enjoyed the brushing at first, but got a little restless near the end when a few rowdy crows began taunting them from the power lines above.
The girls both feel so silky and soft and look so pretty! Though they appear a little grumpy in the photos below, I think they are pretty happy to be wearing their spring jackets instead of their winter coats!