Lovely Lucymy clients' homes are so beautiful this time of year with all their festive decorations and the star of the home decorating...the Christmas Trees. Oh Joy! Oh Joy!
BAD,BAD, BAD (for the cats) and they don't know that these are dangerous. Cats have died from ingesting them. And if your cat likes to chew on cords it is best to put all cords up high or cover them with tinfoil. Ornaments should be placed only on the top 2/3rds of the tree while you are away. Glass ornaments should be at the top or how about not using glass at all.
If at all possible, tie your tree to something solid so if the cat does climb it, it will not fall over and the cat will have more fun. hee hee. Then there are those cats that don't give a rat's whiskers about all the hoopla and would rather just snooze like our Sierra.
But I did catch her the night before last Christmas sending up her kitty requests for a few new toys and some nip.
"Really...I've been nice"
I have filled the cat-care bag with some Christmas cards, fresh nip and some toys to leave for my 'nice kitties' although I know I will break down and leave something fun for the naughty ones too. You know they walk all over me.