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Whenever one of her six cats jumps on the kitchen counter, (A) Lorna just sighs. (B) And reminds herself that everything tastes better (C) if there is a little cat hair in it.

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Whenever one of her six cats jumps on the kitchen counter, Lorna just sighs. And reminds herself that everything tastes better, if there is a little cat hair in it.

Adding a comma after better is an error. Rarely do you use a comma to separate a concluding subordinate clause from the main clause in front.

You might want to review the rules.

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