Here are some Christmas Songs, I mean CatMas Songs we cats sing for CatMas. Plus some of the memes for that show some Cat Christmas Songs on them too. We do hope everyone has a wonderful CatMas (Christmas!).
Here are some Christmas Cat Memes for you all to enjoy. We also hope you have a wonderful CatMas (Christmas). These memes came from various places. Know of a good one we should add? Let us know! We just might add it to this gallery list.
The Ugly Christmas Sweater – It is pink with Meowy Garland and a stuffed cat on it.
The Ugly Christmas Sweater
Our momma hooman got this Christmas Sweater for work. They were doing an Ugly Christmas Sweater. It is pink too! She doesn’t like pink! However, She wore it to work and everyone loved it! Even our daddy hooman loved it too. Lilly Bug and I loved it as well. We all thought it looked great on her. We all think you will love it too! Maybe even go out and buy one for yourself. (No we aren’t getting paid to promote this Ugly Christmas Sweater either!)
The Ugly Christmas Sweater was pink and has a stuffed cat on the front of it. It is pink, as I mentioned. It also has garland that says Meowy.
I don’t mean a real cat that was stuffed, it is one of those stuffed animal cats.
Now if we can only get one for our daddy hooman to wear one and blog about him wearing it. Hmmmm.
To help ensure Christmas festivities go off without a hitch, consider these tips to keep your pet happy, healthy and safe this season.
Food: Whether it’s decorations or food, your pets will most likely be curious and ingest things that can be harmful or not healthy for them. Chocolate candies and nuts such as macadamia and walnuts can be toxic for your pet. Have healthy treats on hand for your dog. They will find them just as delicious as table food.
Decorating the home: All the Christmas decorations look like a whole new world and can be quite dangerous for your pet to explore. Ribbons, tinsel, bright lights and ornaments can transform your four-legged pal into a kid in a candy store. Ornaments can look like shiny, round tennis balls and can be very enticing for a dog, so be sure that ornaments on the lower branches are safe in case they are snatched! When wrapping lights around a Christmas tree, keep the strands away from the very bottom to prevent cats or dogs from chewing on the electrical cords, which can cause electrical shock. Pets can easily be intrigued by an open flame, whether it’s candles, a menorah or even a fireplace, so make sure the flames are in an area pets cannot get to.
Christmas guests and visitors: ‘Tis the season for the doorbell constantly ringing with new Christmas packages and guests coming over for Christmas parties. If your pets are easily excited or anxious, your guests may feel anxious around them. Create a safe haven or retreat to allow your pet to take a break from the stress of your guests and crowds. Petmate’s Translucent Vari Kennel or Ultra Vari Kennels are great options for pets to feel comfortable, safe and secure around Christmas time.
Keep them preoccupied: Keep stress levels down by keeping your pet preoccupied with fun toys. The JW Hol-ee Bone is an interactive or solo play toy that will keep dogs engaged, thus minimizing potential for disasters around the home.
For more information on how to care for your pet throughout the Christmas Season, or for the perfect Christmas pet gift listed above, visit www.petmate.com.