Christmas Sampler

Fluffy DaisyHere’s a mini sampler of Christmas Cute- remember, if you’ve got a photo we need to see, send it to us! Comments and credits are in each photo hover. (Above, “I’m submitting a photo I took a few years ago around Christmas time. Daisy doesn’t normally pose for pictures, but I was able to capture her for a few seconds before she escaped down the stairs!” -Elena K.)

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Tink Christmas

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Comments

  1. ilovepuppies says:

    The last on is my baby Cinder! It’s a Christmas miracle!

  2. One of the sweetest Christmas Samplers I have ever encountered;
    this Simply ‘Dorable collection of four-footed Holiday merry-makers is pawsitively guaranteed to banish any Seasonal Sadness floating around out there…..!

  3. They are all adorable! 🙂

  4. Please remember Poinsettias are toxic to pets!

  5. Pedant Alert! Poinsettas are only mildly toxic, and they taste bad, so exposure may cause stomach upset but almost never requires treatment: http://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/pet-safety-tips/are-poinsettias-poisonous-to-cats-dogs/ — any type of lily, holly, and mistletoe are much worse for your pets, so look out for those as well. FYI.

    Picture 2 puppies are in foster care with a rescue group, so hover over if you want to know more about adopting one or more of these precious babies! They will be ready for adoption probably in late January.

  6. Shaz aka Sharon says:

    While many Christmas plants are toxic to pets – holly, mistletoe – poinsettias are not. It’s a myth that just can’t seem to go away.

  7. jlamusings says:

    Aww! All of these guys are adorable! And I relate to Kenji and the tree… yeah, I can’t even do a tree anymore thanks to one of my cats who eats any plastic or plant. And climbs. One friend said, “Wait till he’s older and calms down.” He’s almost 6. I’m pretty sure we’re past the kitten stage 🙂

  8. So much better than Whitmans!