Most cat owners would find loose pet hair everyday in their house. Outdoor cats normally shed their coat heavily during spring and autumn, while most indoor cats moult from time to time.
Pet hair all over the house can lead to allergies as it sticks to carpets, curtains and soft furnishings like nothing else, which has been a regular housework for each cat owner. In addition, cat owners have to deal with de-hair almost any item of clothing before they go out of the house.
Dealing with extreme amounts of shedding can frustrate you a lot, but you can take highly effective action to minimise the problem.
Special tools can be used to remove those unwanted hair from the house, such as specific vacuum cleaner attachments for pet-hair, room ionisers and sticky lint rollers, etc. Remember that these are only part of the solution rather than preventative methods.
Nevertheless, the best and most effective thing you can do is to brush loose hair from the cat’s coat regularly.