Tabby Tuesday with Simon: Look What I Found

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Hello everyone, welcome to December and we’re getting closer to Christmas, we really are, and look what I found, the Christmas Tree. This photo was taken when the Christmas Tree first came out. Brian thought for sure I’d run and hide but I sure fooled him, and Mom and Dad too.

I’ve even been really good under the Christmas Tree, well mostly good, well okay, somewhat good. I only tried to taste it a time or three. Then the Mom told me that Santa knows if I’ve been naughty or nice and, well, oops. Sorry Santa, I’ll try to do better. I hear the tree will be much more fun when some things start hanging on it. Oh boy!!!

Speaking of Christmas, I wanted to show you what is in the kitchen on top of the wine rack….

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Yes, it’s Chef Santa. Our Dad likes to cook so our Mom got the Dad the Chef Santa. He looks pretty festive doesn’t he? Maybe I could talk him into cooking me up some salmon or shrimp. Nah, probably not but it would hurt to ask.

Have a super fun Tabby Tuesday everyone! Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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39 thoughts on “Tabby Tuesday with Simon: Look What I Found

  1. Teddy

    Oh yes! My fave spot is under the tree too. At least until Mom starts stuffing presents under there and Dad sets up his train…….but I love it under there before all the other STUFF arrives!

    Hugs, Teddy

  2. Madsnapper

    From what I can see of you underneath that tree I’m going to love your big tree with everything that hangs on it. My friend had a cat that after she got that cat on Christmas Eve that was the last Christmas tree she ever had and he lived to be 22 years old he would not let her have a tree oops I’m sorry I shouldn’t have told you that. I love the chef saying I and I used to have a collection of maybe 6280 Santa’s but now I only have five but I think the center aisle of the best is that little round one with the candle I’ve never seen one like that

  3. Zoolatry

    Cooking-Daddies are the bestest kind to have in your house … lucky kitty! (we mean, ones that do cooking … not ones that are cooked! … the comment required clarification)

  4. Sandee

    You look fabulous under there. What a great hiding place. No one will be able to find you.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.
                              
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  5. Leah

    That’s a beautiful tree and it’s all the more beautiful for having you under it, Simon! Nice decorations in the kitchen, too!

  6. The OP Pack

    Simon, you look mesmerized by all those lights – as much fun as the light fairies? We are starting to see a lot of those Santas around our house too – they seem to multiply overnight!!!

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  7. Ellen Pilch

    I like your Santas for the kitchen. Under the tree is perfect for napping, especially after the tree skirt is down.

  8. Pam

    HAHA….adorable under the tree. Yep, Misty tried being under the tree, in it and around it but sitting the hand held vac in front of it has stopped that behavior!! Love the things mom got dad. To cute.

  9. Kitties Blue

    That Chef Santa is really cute. You all have the best Christmas displays. Mom has all the ornaments on the trees, and we haven’t even bothered the one in the dining room, which is the only one we have access to. We are boring! XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, angel Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

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