Even though it’s not Halloween yet, please continue to keep a close eye on your ebony & all colored cats – for that matter. I have come to find out the hard way that there are evil people who seek out homes with cats in the yard, and then come back later to “catnap” any they can get their grimey hands (or hooks or nets or whatever they use) on. This has evidently been happening to me for years and I was just recently alerted to this by a guest on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory.
On July 27th of 2017, the guest (whose name I can’t remember right now) said that that very night was one of the Satanist ritual nights, and that they send people out two nights before to gather cats for sacrifice. Lo, and behold, on that very evening at dusk (the 25th), I had two beautiful calicoes stolen from my yard – Mary Jane, who was almost ten years old, and Baby, who was only two years old and who was my best friend and sleeping buddy under the covers. I miss them both so much! Continue reading
“All is calm, all is bright,” is the cat owners mantra throughout the holiday season – at least while the Christmas tree is up! Funny (or not!) how most felines assume that the Christmas tree has been put in the house just for their recreation & entertainment.
After all, it is a TREE, which cats are known to climb given the opportunity to do so, and, look at all of the shiny & bright cat toys hanging all over it! WHAT WERE YOU THINKING!
Well, there is a product called the Christmas Tree Defender that will deter Tiger from climbing up the tree from underneath – thank goodness! And, please use unbreakable balls & such as broken glass can be deadly for your cat. Also, be careful with the strings of Christmas lights and pray that Mittens doesn’t decide to bite into the wire thinking it is the string for a cat toy. Other than all of that…
Have a safe & Merry Christmas with your furry ones!
Oh, and check out the Christmas Cat Stuff Store for all of the cute Christmas cat decor for outside & inside your home. And, for gifts for your precious kitties, go to Christmas for Pets. Thank you very much for your support that helps me feed and spay & neuter my 20 or so rescued cats.
Any self-respecting cat woman always looks forward to this time of year when black cats are celebrated along with Halloween – or, more traditionally, All Hallow’s Eve. Black cats have held the honor of being the familiars of witches abroad and throughout time. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, go figure it out for yourself. Continue reading