Slithering Around the Christmas Tree

♫ What a happy holiday…

My daughter and I were getting ready to decorate the tree when we found this.

Quincy, lounging along the lower branches. He then proceeded to slither around the tree.

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Sensing he wasn’t in serious trouble, he paused to sample a branch.
(Doesn’t he know by now that eating Christmas trees is a bad idea?)

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Naughty Mr. Q!

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About that time, Barnie wandered in and sat under the tree, which did not go unnoticed.

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Every few inches, Quincy stopped to “rest,” acting completely “comfortable” and… innocent.

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Barnie and Quincy Celebrate National Cat Day

October 29th has been designated National Cat Day. I’ll be honest. Every day is Cat Day at my house.

Barnie and Quincy welcome each new Cat Day sometime between 12am to 3 am, chasing each other up and down the stairs, running crazy through the house, and finding loud or crinkly things to play with.

Then they retire for the next 20 or so hours, each day spent much like this:

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Purl is left to wonder…

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How do your cats celebrate National Cat Day?

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Yay for Friday!

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Gracie knows how to live in the moment!

Next week, October 12 – 18, 2014 is National Veterinary Technician Week

  • Veterinary staff – How do you say ‘thank you’ to your veterinary technicians?
  •  Vet techs – What makes your day extra fun, hard, rewarding?
  • Clients – Have you had an opportunity to see a vet tech in action or learned something from a vet tech?

Share your story, appreciation, and tips for celebrating vet techs in the comments below or on the AboutVetMed Facebook page for possible inclusion in an upcoming article celebrating vet techs on the About.com Veterinary Medicine site. Thank you!

Vet techs hard at work, inserting an IV catheter in a dog for IV fluid administration.

Vet techs hard at work, inserting an IV catheter in a dog for IV fluid administration.