Does anyone know what this is?

I found it sitting on my table this afternoon.

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14 responses to “Does anyone know what this is?

  1. Jennifer Heizer

    A basket of white “fluff”!!

  2. I think it’s a Kalahari! A Tiny Bear would be able to completely fit her whole self in the basket. Too stinkin’ cute!

  3. I don’t know. But, I want one!!

  4. Looks like angora yarn. You can make really cute Easter bunny booties from that. 😉

  5. It’s a fluffier-than-ever Yeti Persian Cat, landed on your table with his beloved space basket from an unknown galaxy. 🙂

  6. It looks like a new fluff life form, just cuter than ever

  7. That’s the biggest dust bunny I have EVER seen!!

  8. That’s the winter coat of the mythical Yeti cat. It is shed in a similar manner to how a snake sheds its skin, so it looks like a regular Yeti cat, only limp and floppy.

  9. Hahaha!!! I love it……Mr. Kalahari… who else… ‘I want one also’ 😀

  10. It is a discareded mop end. Mops shed their mop-ends every year on or about 28 February.

    Example if product not known in CA is seen at:-
    http://www.google.co.uk/products/catalog?hl=en&xhr=t&q=mops&cp=3&wrapid=tljp129914660704506&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=2571910541636189827&sa=X&ei=cmdvTY7gFamShAe2z9hD&sqi=2&ved=0CEoQ8wIwAg#

    They get really confused on leap years of course, as feel they then have to leap around as well…

    So thats why the mop end is so static, this year.
    Bobin

  11. Mnnn…. I don’t know…….. It must be a UFO.

    An Unidentified Fluffy Object!!

  12. LittlePrincessMom

    Oh my goodness, how adorable, gotta be Kalahari, what a fluff ball. What a Beauty, Molly. Blessings

  13. It always fascinates me when they curl up in a little round basket,this time of course the majestic Kalahari Falcon,or is it his beautiful mother 🙂

  14. Tiny Bear and Kalahari Falcon told me they have been saving all of the fluff from their gooming sessions. When they had enough, they stayed up all night lovingly arranging this display just for you Molly.
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