A marketing challenge!

It seems self-evident, to me at least, that the very best hair conditioner in the world is cat spit.

But how to market it? Do you think ‘sal cattus’ sounds any better?

(This is not my cat – I stole it, but I have two just as nice.)

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7 thoughts on “A marketing challenge!

  1. A friend of mine who has very long hair uses a conditioner she buys from a farm called ‘Manes and Tails’. I kid you not.

    Apparently they also do a shampoo called ‘Gallop’.

  2. Dog saliva is immune to the laws of friction. Yes. It is true. When my dog licks my food off the floor (because I’m a horrible housekeeper and my kids are wild animals) the area becomes extremely slick and traction is impossible. Any money making possiblites here? Perhaps there is some application for dog saliva in the field of cold fusion reactors?

  3. I stand corrected:

    A friend of mine who has very long hair uses a conditioner called ‘Manes and Tails’ that she buys from a farm . I kid you not.

    Apparently they also do a shampoo called ‘Gallop’.

  4. Boca del Gato, for the shine you can see in the dark.

    After all, folks flock to Boca Raton, i.e., Rat’s Mouth, in Florida, USA.

    Then again, maybe we shouldn’t look to Florida for guidance. About anything.

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