|"My Cat-it-orial book is the purrfect|
Christmas gift." - Mr Bumpy,
I've just read on my friend Loupi's blog, Swiss Cat's Ideas, his Christmas wish list. (You might need to hit the "translate" button for that if you don't read French.)
I thought you might like to know what the Mr Bumpy Cat Dot Com household would like for Christmas.
I'm most important, of course, so I'll tell you what I want first. I want cream, stinky fish, Friskies, jingle balls, and a way to get out of the house after lock-up time.
Mr Woof doesn't want anything, of course.
Wait - I do want something. I want Santa to give me a scratch and tell me I'm a "good dog." - Mr Woof, Doggsbody.
Never going to happen. You smell like a dog.
The budgies don't want anything either.
Treat? - Sapphire Budgie.
Treat! - Storm Budgie.
Treat - treat - treat - treat! - Fang Budgie.
Mum wants cream, stinky fish, Friskies and jingle balls - to share with me. Maybe I'll give her another dead mouse, if she's very, very good.
Mr 18 wants lots of cat hair to make his clothes more stylish.
And Miss 21 will come home for Christmas day, so she can have cat hair as well.
Well, that's what everyone at our place wants for Christmas. Feel free to post us anything you like (as long as it's cream, stinky fish, Friskies or jingle balls.)
Until next time we meet in the Bloggosphere,
Supreme Feline Overlord.
Have you thought about how your Christmas gift buying could help someone as well as getting great presents for your family and friends?
People with a chronic illness have a ruff time financially. They have the costs of medicine and doctors, but they often can't do regular jobs.
Some of them have small or micro businesses, often selling cool things they make as therapy. Sometimes it's things like jewellery. My Mum writes books and designs tee shirts.
You can find lots of these businesses in the Lupus Business Directory. Buy some Christmas presents out of the Directory, and you help someone who really needs the money, as well as getting something unique for your friend.
Licks and tail wags