Thursday, July 18, 2013

Cat Thursday: Christmas in July...Cats in Trees

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So far this month I have neglected to post any Christmas in July kitties. What!? So, the next two weeks will be dedicated to just that. This week I give you....

Cats in Christmas trees!

The last one is my favorite. Poor Charlie Brown tree...not sure if the kitty makes it look worse or better. LOL!

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  1. Bea @ Bea's Book NookJuly 18, 2013 at 2:33 AM

    LOL That last one does look like a Charlie Brown tree.

  2. Ah love them all! That's one thing the herd has never done.

  3. That last one is pretty funny...he barely fits in the tree!!

  4. So cute! I'll be late getting mine up. Maybe I'll do cats in Santa suits!

  5. I've been lucky with cats and rug rats - no Christmas tree disasters (yet - knock on wood). Cute pictures, Michelle!

  6. I haven't had a Christmas in July before. I always mean to do it, because it's winter here in July and it's the best time to have yummy xmas food. Love the kitties. My sister's cat is one for attacking the xmas tree, but Jigglypuff is pretty good.

  7. Lol - that last one is hilarious. I think that cat fills the tree in nicely. I'm still amazed that our cats didn't bother the tree more this past year; kept expecting to find them in it but they weren't all that interested.

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