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Christmas is fast approaching, so you better get started on those Christmas cards! Here’s a selection of some festive feline cards that would be purrfect to send out to your friends and family this holiday season.
Cute Cat Seasons Greetings Card by MyZoetrope (Etsy)
Doodle Cat Christmas Cards – 8 assorted cards by Beth Wilson (Etsy)
Kitty in the Christmas Tree by Able and Game (Etsy)
Red Christmas Cat Wearing Antlers With Christmas Ornaments Card by nvCreative (Etsy)
Meowy Cats Mess Card by Portraits of Animals (Etsy)
Colourful Cats Merry Christmas Card by Diana Parkhouse (Etsy)
Christmas Ski Cat Card by Anke Weckmann (Etsy)
Christmas Cat Card, Set of 2 by Jamie Shelman (Etsy)
Bah Humbug Greeting Card by Cathy Peng (Etsy)
Cats Under a Fish Christmas Tree – Box of Six Cards by FloatingPalace (Etsy)
Kitty Cat Christmas Tree cards – box of 8 silkscreened cards by EasternSunPrintworks (Etsy)
Cat and Mouse Cards by Cate Anevski (Etsy)
Letterpress Printed Cat and Lights Holiday Card by Twin Ravens Press (Etsy)
As it’s now December, it’s likely that you’ve already put up your Christmas tree. It’s also likely that your cat has decided to make the tree his or her new home/toy.
My boyfriend and I are still debating about whether or not to put up a tree. Though we had enough room to do so last year, we decided to forgo it. But this year I feel like we should make an attempt at bringing some festivity into our home, and I’m thinking that we really probably ought to get a tree. I need something on which to hang all the adorable cat ornaments I’m going to start collecting, right?
I’m a bit nervous, though. Chris’s cats were exposed to a tree several years ago, and Persy took quite a liking to it; my cats, however, as well as Creamsicle, have never seen a full-size tree, and I really don’t know what they’ll do to it. They’ll definitely pull off ornaments—they did that with the mini tree I’ve put up before, and they love playing with things they shouldn’t play with—but will they decide to climb it? My cats are fairly large, and I can already see the tree toppling over…
How does your cat react to the Christmas tree? I’m sure some of you have had your share of merry mishaps. Here’s a collection of 25 cats in Christmas trees—fortunately no cat-astrophes are pictured, but who knows what wasn’t caught on camera? If you have any of your own, please share! As always, please click the photo to be taken to the photographer’s Flickr page.