Join the Dark Side, you will.
[‘Dis way, when Jolly Fat Guy pops out from the chimney, I’ll be ready to
pounce welcome him to our home! Wait. We don’t haz chimney. He comes through the front door then? Or maybe the back door? I feel a Stress Hairball coming on.]
“I’m an avid fan of your site, but this is my first submission. My husband Jason captured this picture of our cat Smokey sitting in our Christmas tree. His caption was ‘Maybe if I don’t move, the hoomins won’t see me.’ Definitely fits for Rule #32. Thanks, Susan L.”
“You mean the blue one with your initial on it? The one from your mom? We hung it in the special spot just like we do every year. Why- what happened? Is it gone?”
Another Quality Smedley Find.
Yesterday we mentioned that we might just have a Reincat coming up today, and in fact we do. Harley doesn’t seem to thrilled to have some antlers planted on his noggin- but what else did you expect?
“You’ve heard of a Reindog, but how about a Reincat? This is our cat Harley. He’s not super excited to have on his Reindeer hat but he was a good sport about it!” -Patricia S.
“You mean for the Christmas cookies? Uh….hold on…..yeah, I think I found it. Green, am I right?”
You might have been expecting some beauty in a gown or swimsuit given the title, but no. This is Miss New Zealand, a kitteh currently residing in British Columbia/The Great White North. “She really wants to be best friends with our Christmas tree,” says Sarah V. “The above photo is as close as I would let her sit to it…the second photo is her increasingly pining (PUN) away for it. (Maybe not actually a pun, it’s an artificial tree.)”
Sharon L. sent this video clip in, and don’t miss the VERY rare Fox Baroo, too.
[*Note: Terrific techy headline totally swiped from YouTube. -Ed.]
Tracey says “Hi Cute Overload. Hope you had a good Thanksgiving. This is my kitty Gem (older sister of Tyson and Magnum) guarding the fridge and letting me know I don’t need any leftovers. You can use whatever caption you would like. Love your site.”
[*Note: My wife and I had a discussion about the proper abbreviation for “refrigerator.” She says it should be “Frig.” I found this online: “‘Fridge’ is a contraction of Frigidaire, one of the first and most popular refrigerator manufacturers. It just became a common slang word.”
Too late, looks like he already has.
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says thinks the burrata cheese ‘”looks yummy.’ -Atsuko M.