Post 1251: A Christmas greeting from a couple of cats…

No, not Andy and Dougy (though they do wish you a blessed Christmas), but from my friend Deborah’s Charles and André, here in a holiday photo slide show.

“Meow! Meow!”

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 Deborah assures me Charles enjoys dressing up, and that he purrs while in costume. On the other hand, Dougy and Andy prefer to walk around in their birthday suits!

28 thoughts on “Post 1251: A Christmas greeting from a couple of cats…

  1. What a cute slideshow of Deb’s cats. The cats are picky here about what they wear. Shoko doesn’t mind something on her head or neck but looks absolutely miserable if I try getting something around her middle. Therefore this new vest I got her is a real challenge for both of us. Kali prefers the nekked look. The only thing she purred while wearing was her Hawaiian lei.
    Merry Christmas to all.


      • I got these 8 socks for Christmas and wondered what to do with them. There was no instructions on the bag. The little socks had black cats on them so I assumed they were for the girls. Now, I was not looking forward to trying to get them on the girl’s feet. Figuring I would have to scotch tape them on. Can you imagine Shoko’s face? After speaking with my friend, I discovered they were socks for the chair legs…..hehe
        Have a great day!

  2. Merry Christmas, Doug, Andy and Dougy! Those are great photos of Charles from Deborah! Just getting caught up with you all again.

    24 degrees here at daybreak this morning, but sunny and clear. With any luck we might hit 40 today!

    Remember Leon Redbone and “Kitty Cats’ Christmas”?

    • No, I don’t. As soon as I post this, the link will go active and I’ll checvk it out. Thanks! I am pleased Deborah agreed to let me share those photos. I enjoyed them, and I felt people who’ve followed her cats, starting with the trip to Paris, would like to see them again being Christmas kitties.

          • You sound like my husband… I’ve seen situations when one of his buddies didn’t recognize him because he wasn’t wearing cargo shorts and a T-shirt (too hot here for sweats).

          • Sweats are for when it’s too cold for cargo shorts. Just what that “too cold for cargo shorts” point is is determined mostly by that point where I have cargo shorts on the bottom and a winter coat and neck scarf on top. By then, if there is a wind chill below, say 20°F/ -7°C, I might switch to sweats. LOL!

          • One thing you do see in this area – and I am guilty of this – is people wearing shorts with winter jackets. I wouldn’t wear that combo if I were going to be out in the cold long, but once I got where I was going, in most instances I’d be dressed comfortably because of heating.

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