Naked Cat Confession - Don't Over React

That moment when you realize Santa forgot his handwarmers.
Chilly at the North Pole (Global warming/ Climate change not withstanding). 

Pictures with Santa - BlogPaws Bloghop 11-29-2017

I’m sure there is an event near you.  The Humane Rescue Alliance of Washington DC has several around the Metropolitan area along with other pet rescue organization. Not only are these events great fundraisers, but I've always thought it is a fun way to share the holiday spirit with your pet.  And why shouldn’t you? This is the holiday season.  Your pet is your family too.  They don’t need to understand the religious and cultural complications.  They just want to see you smile. Who wouldn’t laugh at that face?  Awe…Moshe Moshi!

Santa Claus with Sphynx Cat  Moshe Moshi

The annual Holiday Photos with your Pet are back! Be sure to stop by to visit with Santa and have your holiday photo taken with the whole family, fur babies and all! The Big Bad Woof is hosting the Humane Rescue Alliance this Sunday, December 3rd from 11 AM to 3 PM.


$20 donation includes a printed photo in magnet frame and digital copy

For more information, please visit the Humane Rescue Alliance website at http://www.humanerescuealliance.org/ or follow them on social media at the following handles:
Twitter: @HumaneRescue
Instagram: @humanerescuealliance

For more articles and events please visit our website at http://www.thebigbadwoof.com/ or follow us on social media at the following handles:
Facebook: @BBWoof
Twitter: @thebigbadwoof
Instagram: @woofdelivers

Kid Friendly & Fundraising

Also, if you are planning on being in the area before the photoshoot, Pajamarama also starts December 3rd at 6 AM in Old Town Takoma Park.  Wear your jammies, shop and get big discounts on your purchases.

Naked on Tuesday



We had an okay Thanksgiving. I took Mom to my sister's home. Mom got to see her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. My sister and I are great cooks, and my brother-in-law is a chef, so you know it was a feast.  The only drawback is that it's a no-cats zone due to the dog and my brother-in-law's fear of cats (superstition), so the naked stayed home. On my return, I came back to a couple of tussles with minor injuries, and lots of knocked-over items.  Just a little cleaning, wound care, TLC and a bit of separation for the night took care of it.

We are still working on harmony in the home.  We have moments where the cats are all comfortable with each other sharing the same space.  Gomi is pretty much settled in with Moshe and Lexi, even doing some grooming with Lexi at times. However, Gomi has some aggressive moments that give me pause.  Not worried about Lexi or Moshe; both have put Gomi in his place when he gets too "familiar."  YaYa, on the other hand, is still the odd cat out, although I see she wants to be part of the group.  Gomi is relentless sometimes in stalking and attacking YaYa, which makes YaYa hesitant to allow the approach of any cat in her space.  Lexi does still swipe at YaYa if she gets too close but allows YaYa on the bed to sleep with us at night.  YaYa's allergy symptoms have considerably subsided, but are still present.  I do worry about what to feed her and stay within my budget, but for now, the venison is not resulting in a rash, and I'm pleased with this. The next significant cat expense is having everyone's teeth cleaned.  February is Pet Dental Month, and for many clinics, there is a discount associated with having this done in February.  I'm still trying to negotiate the price down considering it is four cats.

Next weekend is SantaPaws (Pet Pictures). This should be fun; what could go wrong?

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