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Friday, December 20, 2019

Add a cat to the crib.....

It's time to bring cats into the Christmas story. Obviously we belong there but prejudiced humans have refused to acknowledge this.
The stable had at least one cat. Almost all stables and barns had a cat two thousand or so years ago. We kept down the mice that otherwise ate the grain stored them. 
So get your human to add a cat to your local crib. 
Mine did. In fact she added two - one near the manger and one with the wise men. They stayed there in the church throughout the Christmas holiday.  
Tell your human to make the Christmas story cat friendly!



  •  More of my thoughts on Christmas in my book here.

2 comments:

  1. So true, George ! The Egyptians had them well BC.

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  2. Look at this Italian town cat. She really went for it in the crib - https://www.facebook.com/groups/amicidipippiemarinagattesindaco/?fref=nf

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