"Words are things; and a small drop of ink, falling like dew upon a thought, produces that which makes thousands, perhaps millions think."
~ Lord Byron
Max is adorable, Linda. In order to keep my daughter's kitten (named "Kittenian") out of the Christmas tree, I had two trees. One smaller, inexpensive one, with no lights, just a few paper ornaments, and old (cat safe) ornaments I didn't care about anymore, and a paper star at the top of the tree. Then I sprinkled it liberally with catnip! It worked, she climbed into that little tree, and spent hours perched like the jungle cat she believed herself to be. Anyway, Meow-ry Christmas to you! :)
He is adorable and lovable, Summer. Well, two trees won't work here, and this guy doesn't like cat nip either. Pays no attention to it. LOLI'm sure Max would love a tree to sit in and climb, though.Merry Christmas...and have fun with all your doggies and kitties.
Well, I know the new Max, and he's definitely worth not having a tree. He's far more entertaining. They say animals and laughter are good for the mind and body, Linda should live forever. Love, Annie
I didn't know you'd gotten a new cat, Linda! What does Snicker's think of all that?
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