Memories of Winter (2). So soon it came along with Christmas, and then it was gone. How the time flies past. My theory is the days are all the same which makes them fly by. A year in isolation and I still have all my marbles. I can show you the jar they are in if you want. Enjoy the memories of not so long ago.
Today we show just a few “Christmas Activities”. Many cat toys were delivered by Santa Claws to our house. Nip was shared. A new cat tunnel with three openings tested Scooby’s decision-making skills. Which way should he enter and where should he come out? As usual the Christmas wrapping paper was a big hit and it could be heard rustling well into the wee hours of the morning. The Christmas tree was only tipped over twice this year.
Is this not a Merry Christmas II? Early in the year everyone was panicked they were going to get the virus and cleaning everything, wondering if they would make it to Christmas! Now vaccines are being distributed already in the USA and hope is alive! We spent most of the time at home in isolation as much as possible. The measure of a good year for us was always getting through the year without a cat fatality. It isn’t birthdays but how many Christmas’s you had that matters. Many cats this year have crossed the bridge sadly–some I have followed for a long time. I will miss them all. Looks like my three have made it through another year again which is a blessing. Opie and Zeke have been with this blog from the very beginning of it. 2020 is almost gone into the history books. Rejoice! Below Opie is having a “bad Santa hat” day!
Float like a butterfly; sting like a bee! That was some old boxing advice! Here at Christmas, Zeke got to try his paws at boxing a real butterfly sort of. The butterfly has turned out to be the most desireable plaything in the house. Scooby loves it as well. Here Scooby is the referee. Zeke has a great right jab!
We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thank you to all the cats and friends who followed us here all year long. We love and appreciate you all! Looking forward to seeing you all again next year!
Christmas is coming and ‘Tis the Season for . . . playing in packing paper! It is not just the arriving cardboard boxes that are fun, but the packing paper you find inside as well. Today Zeke is demonstrating various ways to play with packing paper.