And is a perfect concerned Puck face!
Does Marvel comics now have a new villain?
Our black cat has a white area in the same place as Puck’s but it is a field of sparsely placed white hairs not a solid patch…still endearingly cute.
Denim is so ubiquitous that it even ranks as a neutral like black, brown or grey. I even saw an article a few days ago that neckties are becoming an endangered species but I don’t buy it quite yet. They still seem to have a stranglehold ( pun intended ) in the dress code for many professions.
Or florals or paisley or even another plaid!
Especially plaid combined with stripes…..extra points for wildly differing color combos.
Give up Robin….original meanings cannot defeat years of common usage.
Since ours also contain dog hair and gravel road dust, we refer to them as the rabid ankle biting dust bunnies.
Ccwsparks…I loved that book but had forgotten that episode; I found a copy at a library book sale and gifted it to our vet at the time. I always thought a vet who made house calls was a fab idea. Isn’t it the dander that is the allergen? One would think the yarn after being spun and washed that the dander would be no longer a problem.
Saw a t-shirt at knitting camp one year that said “Cat hair, just another exotic fiber”. There was also an internet story a few years ago about a woman who saved all her grey Persian’s shed hair, spun it into yarn and knitted herself a sweater. There was a picture of her wearing the cat hair sweater and holding the cat. It was actually kinda creepy.