It started innocently. You'd hardly notice.
In fact houses with pets were used to it - little tufts of floof in the air. Fine and white, floating... catching on clothes and carpets... you'd hardly notice.
Houses without pets - that's when people started to notice the change. Silky tufts on valour sofas and plush carpets? It was strange.
And when celebrities began finding floof on their Dolce & Gabbana? Then story became news. How could this be happening to the rich and famous?
The paparazzi was delighted at first, shots of a supermodel strutting down the runway covered in unplanned and undesigned fur were fantastic for business! The novelty soon became worry, with everyone covered in the floof, from the barista to the Prime Minister, every day.
It spread faster than could be imagined. Locations all around the world were reporting the infestation, and airlines were forced to shut down as the skies became too dense to navigate.
Two more days and motorists were unable to drive. World leaders declared an International Emergency.
Air conditioners and filter systems were useless. The best anyone could do was shut themselves inside and hope for the best. The whole world was sick with floof.
The world needed a cure.
The world needed...
The adventure continues tomorrow, and will run for a few days. There will be an exciting contest at the end, so please stay tuned and prepare to be at the edge of your towers waiting for the next chapter...