I find clumps of cat hair inside my a/c filter

I don’t know why my dog doesn’t shed nearly as much as her cat, but that’s what I’ve been observing

I have always been primarily a dog person when it comes to household pets. When I was growing up, my family had three dogs as our only pets. One was a German shepherd, another was a golden retriever, and the third was a black lab. As I got older and they passed away, my family got more dogs instead of fish, cats, or reptiles. Although I wanted a pet rabbit at some point, my parents always stuck with dogs. It should have been no surprise to me or anyone else that I would turn out to be a dog lover. I used to relish the times I’d go over to my friend’s house in high school to watch him play video games. He always had delicious food and several cuddly dogs that loved my attention. My friend played video games while I played with his dogs. Right now I have a small pug, but my girlfriend who is moving in with me right now has a cat. It’s not that I don’t like cats, I just don’t have much experience with them and their behavior confuses me to this day. Her cat doesn’t like me nearly as much as I hoped it would, and worst of all I’m finding lots of cat hair inside my a/c filters when I go to replace them. It’s not like I don’t already change my HVAC filters regularly, but it seems like they’re getting dirtier faster now that my girlfriend has her cat over here. I don’t know why my dog 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 animal, but for now I just have to keep replacing my air conditioner filters with greater frequency.

 

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