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Thread: Cats and Their Destruction of Christmas Trees, Ornaments, etc.

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    Elite Member Kittylady's Avatar
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    Somewhere been 'General Confusion' and 'Total WTF?'


    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    The church cat just remembers when cats were worshiped as gods.
    As far as cats are concerned, they still are.
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    At the salon


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    In between my creamy thighs


    This thread is just what I needed! Thanks!
    Reminded me that I was not even going to drag out my Late Mother's X-mess Tree for fear the 3 neutered male cats I have will shred it and or break the ornaments that my late Mom made by hand in the 1980's. She was an artist. I am Happy I have all some of her memoribilla giving my Brother some on the 26th my house if too full of old shit like John Wayne, Barbara Funny Girl, and Frank Sinatra. I feel like I could open up an thrift store lol

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