Forgiveness and Fellowship

This was our experience with the Christmas tree last year. This year we are planning to purchase a live tree. Hope Ruby learned the light cords or off limits. We will surely have our hands full keeping our “turbo kitty” Alice out of the tree and away from the ornaments. This will be Alice’s first Christmas tree since she came to live with us last January. I am including some pictures of Ruby after the tree episode. Enjoy, kitty lovers. =-)

 

Katherine H. Purdy

Throw Back Thursday: I ran across this post from  December, 2011. I am happy to say that Ruby no longer chews on cords or anything she isn’t supposed to chew on. She dearly loves the treats “Daddy” gives her, Skippy and little Alice around 9pm each night.

Miss Ruby hiding under the table after chewing the tree light cord.

Poor Ruby. When she gets bored, she chews on things such as the Christmas tree cord which was thankfully, unplugged. She also loves the strings on window blinds. At our former home, our mini blinds had a plastic twist-to open or close- rod. She loved to bat it back and forth and then she discovered the threads holding the blinds together. What a temptation!

She is actually the sweetest kitty I know. She loves to give “kitty kisses” and wants to be near us. (Maine Coons are not as snugly as…

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