Christmas Gifts: Books and Cat Stuff

My BFF happily raided my wishlist again … and found a few cat-related things to go with the books.  The placemat is part of a set (the rest of which I left at my mom’s apartment, since we’ll both be using these).

And predictably, within minutes:


“What do you mean, your Christmas stocking?  I sits on it, so it’s mine.  Is that a problem?”

Charlie couldn’t care less about the new things on the table — that toy box, however …


“See?  I told you, it’s all in here!”

 

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