"The only way to do great work is to love what you do" (stolen from a Colin Smith comment)
That was hysterical, but it breaks my heart! You can never stay mad at the kitties for too long. :)
Very funny!It's not just cats, you know. This year my friends' three-year-old son climbed their Christmas tree. He wanted to kiss the angel.
It won't happen to me because I don't have cats, and my pet badger Chompy, though rambunctious, doesn't attack inanimate objects.
We moved the tree to a far, dark corner of the living room. We don't enjoy it there nearly as much, but it's survived the rest of the holiday. For Christmas my cousin gave me new, hand-painted ornaments to replace some of my favorites that got broken. She's the best!And we haven't killed the cats--yet!Hope you had a merry Christmas.
ROFL...we have four cats--1 senior (16 years old) and 3 under the age of 14 months.This year we anchored the tree to the ceiling and I bought special ornament hangers that are almost impossible to get the ornaments off. With three rambunctous teen-aged phase babies, we still have our tree in one piece. Lost five ornaments. I was amazed. And relieved. LOLYasmine
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