The Ugly Volvo (theuglyvolvo) wrote,
The Ugly Volvo
theuglyvolvo

Another fabulous idea.

I don't know how I'm going to market this, but I want to sell outfits for people's house cats.
People always buy clothes for their dogs, but never for their cats and I think the way to get them to buy them is...work with me here...to make the cat clothes entirely out of Swiffers. Swiffer already has about 13 different products out on the market: Swiffer Dry, Swiffer Wet, Swiffer Sweep+Vac, Swiffer Max, Swiffer Wet Jet.
The "Swiffer Cat," as I'll call it, can be "for those extremely extremely hard to reach places where you absolutely can't reach, but your cat gets into with no problem because of its lack of collarbone.
I think it's a great idea...all those places previously accumulating cat hair will actually become CLEANER by your cats having been there.
And for those of you wondering, "How do I get my cat to hide in these small, obscure spaces?" don't worry. If you're the kind of person who would dress your cat up in an outfit made of Swiffers, your cat will be doing anything it can to stay out of your field of vision.
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