It's Beginning to Smell a Lot Like Christmas, by Guiness the Cat
Hello, it is me, Guiness the Cat, popping in between naps to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and to remind you that I like tuna juice, cheese, treats, lunch meat, cardboard boxes, and bags of just about any sort. Gift bags, tote bags, suitcases, backpacks. It doesn't matter. I also like cash and gift cards just fine, too.
Just in case you forgot.
I have been very busy supervising the Christmas card process today, and I think we are almost done. We can't afford to mail but a few, so we have been doing as many e-cards as possible. We've made several, and I think we should sell them and get rich. After all, apparently it's not gonna happen trying to sell leaves on the internet.
Humans don't seem to understand the wisdom of investing in fall leaves.
The best Christmas cards, of course, are pictures of me, but Debbi came up with one or two ideas that wasn't bad for a human. I didn't personally like the ones with snow in them (especially the one of me in the snow!), but humans have this silly notion that snow is Christmassy. And I'm not convinced the deer with the red nose is actually Rudolph. I don't recall seeing Rudolph hanging around my yard looking for acorns.
I hope everyone has a Christmas that smells as good as the giant Christmas tree in my front yard. If it smells like tuna juice, that would be even better.
Sincerely, Guiness the Cat
Content (c) 2014 by Guiness the Cat. May not be used without permission. All rights reserved, and all that other stuff humans say.
Image Credit » Photo (c) 2014 Debbi Craton. May not be used without permission. All rights reserved.