|Before you can do laundry, you must be able to get to the washer.|
Step 1: Remove the cat from the top of the washer and open the lid. Check the washer drum for foreign objects such as cat toys (living or dead), stray socks and random pieces of string.
|Always make sure to check the appliance before turning it on.|
Step 3: Remove the cat from the washer.
|Foreign objects - living and dead - are commonplace in cat households|
Step 5: Add the clothes to the washer and close the lid.
Step 6: When the washer finishes, open the dryer and remove any random objects such as cat toys, stray socks and cats.
|Dryers are warm. Cats love warm. Therefore cats love dryers.|
Step 7: Load the wet clothes into dryer.
Step 8: Remove the cat from the dryer and add a dryer sheet. Shut the door, then open it again and sort through the wet laundry to ensure that you have, in fact, removed all the cats.
|A dryer is a "magic fingers" for cats.|
|Check dryer. Remove cat. Repeat as needed.|
Step 11: When the clothes are dry, empty them into a laundry basket. Remove the cat from the dryer - again - and shut the door.
|Cats are efficient. They know the best time to get hair all over your work clothes is before you hang them up.|
Step 10: Neatly lay out the clothes to be hung up, then go get some hangers. Remove the cat from the clothes, brush off most of the cat hair and hang up the clothes.
|Each cat should have his or her own pile of laundry to "fuzz."|
|A pile of clean socks is kitty heaven.|