Once upon a time, a gentle, sweet dove - the universal harbinger of peace - nestled contentedly among other ornamentation within the verdant evergreen of my yuletide tree. Pure in whiteness and softly feathered, she appeared again and again, each year growing braver and braver, perching on branches that reached lower and lower and lower...........
And that night there were predators in the fields......
|"Seriously? No sauce with this?"|
Yet fear not! To those of us who believe, Christmas is a season of hope!
For it is written in the holy book that one day "the tiger shall lay down with the lamb."
(loosely translated from Isaiah 11:6)
Meow-y Christmas, everyone!
Are you trying to tell me that that beautiful orange creature harmed the dove? No! I don't believe you -- was probably just grooming it! Great pictures!ReplyDelete
He's just doing what he's programmed to do, but how sad! Funny enough, it was our orange cat who brought us the most "gifts" out of our three cats. Something funny about those guys...ReplyDelete
Cats truly do rule the internet! I could not resist this post :) Poor dove! lolReplyDelete
I thought for sure your blog title had a typo, but no! Gah! Poor dove.ReplyDelete
Okay, now that was funny as long as it is at your house with your ornaments. :-)ReplyDelete
All cats are dangerous when Christmas ornaments are concerned. I once had some truly lovely feathered ornaments on a tree, and by the end of the festival, not one had a tail to speak of. They were just too much of a temptation to our mother and daughter couple!ReplyDelete
Lol!! And I think that is the first time I have seen more than a glimpse of Mickey :) cute post!!ReplyDelete
We are quite lucky that none of our pets even notice the decorations. Thank you for sharing your kitty tale with Make It Monday.ReplyDelete
LOL! That's funny!ReplyDelete
LOL, funny story.. Your kitties are adorable.. Thank you for linking up and sharing your critter post... Have a happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Cute story! Love your kitty shots!ReplyDelete
funny story, lovely cats. Have a lovely week ahead.ReplyDelete
#JUSOFONII The look on that gato's face. Priceless.ReplyDelete
With a look like that, could we be expecting anything less?? LOLReplyDelete
Super cute analogy!! lol...ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for coming & linking up with us on last week's Inspired By Me Mondays! Hope you can come join us again for this week's party :) Rachael @ Diamonds in the Rough
We're Christmasing at my mum's... with my her 4 cats, my cat (along for the holidays) AND my 4 kids. NOTHING WILL BE SAFE!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a very merry Christmas xx