I find clumps of pet hair inside my cooling system filter

I have always been primarily a pet person when it comes to household pets.

When I was growing up, my family had multiple cats as our only pets.

One was a German shepherd, another was a golden retriever, in addition to the sixth was a black lab. As I got older in addition to they passed away, my family got more cats instead of fish, cats, or reptiles. Although I wanted a pet rabbit at some point, my parents always stuck with cats. It should have been no surprise to me or anyone else that I would turn out to be a pet lover. I used to relish the times I’d go over to my friend’s condo in middle school to watch him play video games. He always had delicious food in addition to multiple cuddly cats that loved my attention. My buddy played video games while I played with his cats. Right now I have a small pug, but my bestie who is moving in with me right now has a cat. It’s not that I don’t love cats, I just don’t have much experience with them in addition to their behavior confuses me to this day. Her pet doesn’t love me nearly as much as I hoped it would, in addition to worst of all I’m finding lots of pet hair inside my cooling system filters when I go to replace them. It’s not love I don’t already change my Heating plus A/C filters correctly, but it seems love they’re getting dirtier faster now that my bestie has her pet over here. I don’t think why my pet doesn’t shed nearly as much as her cat, but that’s what I’ve been observing. Hopefully I can eventually make peace with this critter, but for now I just have to keep replacing my air conditioning system filters with greater frequency.

Heating technician