The Truth about Black Cats and Halloween

Here’s a little extra. Thought it was funny, and hope you do, too!

Adventures in Cheeseland

There are many stories about black cats and Halloween. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at what they really do on October 31.

They make a list and check it twice

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Gotta make sure who’s naughty and nice

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First the naughty:

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Mouse in the bed here

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Missing candy there

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Making mischief everywhere

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Then the nice:

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Watching for trouble

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Protecting the treats

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Nuzzles and snuggles that can’t be beat

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At the end of a long night

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They can be seen

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Asleep in their beds, enjoying a dream

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This post is dedicated to Tigger, my parents’ first cat. She was a beautiful, long-haired tuxedo cat who would sit very still in the back corner of the porch and watch the trick-or-treaters. Every once in a while she would move, startling the kids who thought she was a decoration.

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20 thoughts on “The Truth about Black Cats and Halloween

    • After giving you two short posts (I had today’s ready), I felt I owed all the people coming here something more, and the person who put together the Halloween kitty post helped me serve that purpose. Glad you enjoyed it!

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