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    For $1, you had to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodb View Post
    Here you go, the blue handled one obviously lol
    Thanks, I was most curious. Can't figure out if it's synth, hog, or horse. Where was it made? Sort of reminds me of some nylon bristle shaving brushes I've seen that were made in India.
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    My cat has a real affinity for shaving brushes. This would be a fine option for a cat toy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrZ View Post
    My cat has a real affinity for shaving brushes. This would be a fine option for a cat toy.
    Sounds like your cat may have already found some other toys. Please do tell if it isn't too painful...
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    She will carry off shaving brushes if she gets a hold of them. The only one that she destroyed was a really pretty old Orange and white bakelite brush. I came down stairs in the morning and was stepping on little pieces that she tossed everywhere. I found it at an antique store and bought it for 15 bucks with the intention of putting in a new knot. Nope.

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