Merry Catmas!

Hope you’re having a wonderful day. 

14 Comments on “Merry Catmas!”

  1. Ah, a ‘size’ define for your cats (I haven’t seen that before.) Mine are ‘6.5 lb’, ’18 lb’, and ~’25lb’; those are two BIG cats.

  2. jandywarner – I’ve determined training needs, created and delivered training in MS Office, Epic, other commercial and proprietary software and hardware for more than seventeen years. I’ve taught individuals and groups of up to fifty people face to face, by video conference and by Webex. Each class I taught was customized for people of various nationalities, departments and corporate levels and taught many times, filling more than 5,000 class seats. I wrote a training manual for each of them and more than 350 instructions for specific tasks. I’ve also provided software and go-live support and have proven ability to learn, design training for and teach new topics. I’m a certified Microsoft Office User Specialist and a certified technical writer.

    Same to you! If I can make my &*(%@@ computer work right I’ll post a cat picture in return.

  3. I don’t know which would be preferable: a cat stomping across Krissy, or a cat stomping across the keyboat0q98ybn/fgggggggggggggggggggggggggggg

  4. Joyful Catmas to you and yours! Our two kittens are sleeping off the aftereffects of romping through a sea of catnip-sprinkled wrapping tissue, while the old gentleman cat surveys them scornfully from the top of the cat-tree. Two-legged family members are all happily playing with gifts as well.

    And at least in our house, there are now several gaps in our Christmas tree as a result of frequent feline climbing expeditions. Fortunately, we had the foresight to tie the tree to the wall when we put it up, so it hasn’t actually been tipped over. How long did it take before the Scamperbeasts got past that phase?

    Happy day to all who stop by here, and best wishes for a brighter year to come.

  5. What a wonderful way to spend any day!

  6. Back when I had numerous cats, we found that they climbed into and whacked ornaments from fake trees, and left real trees alone, other than the occasional drinking of the tree-water. Other friends told us it was the opposite with their cats. So I suspect it’s an individual thing as to whether cats bother trees, real or otherwise. Just as long as you remember the no-tinsel rule, you’re good.

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