While cats may not understand what the big deal is with all the celebrating, they tolerate our human shenanigans because they love us so much. And a few of them even get in on the action and celebrate along with us. Here are a few kitties ringing in the new year. Happy New Year to you and your feline family!
We’re sliding into 2021, and with a new year come New Year’s resolutions. We’ve got our own list of human things to work on this coming year, but I’ll bet your cat has their own resolutions, too! What will your cat get up to in 2021? Maybe they’ll make a few improvements, just like these cats!
We’re ready to start the countdown and ring in 2021, and some of our feline friends are joining the fun. Make sure to play this at your New Year’s Eve party and crank the volume really loud. Everyone will appreciate it!
Usually, we keep to the resolutions for a few weeks before we discover that our old habits were more fun. This idea of skipping out on New Year’s Resolutions is something that cats are all about, just like us humans. Here are five New Year’s Resolutions that cats are guaranteed to break within minutes.
Christmas is almost here, and you can spread the love with your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, and all of social media with a few cat Christmas e-cards! Sending e-cards is a great way to skip the hassle of mailing cards to everyone on your list.
While things like gingerbread cookies, presents, and holiday music may make us humans feel festive, there are certain aspects of Christmas that may have your cat thinking this holiday is solely about them. Here’s why your cat believes Christmas is all about celebrating their feline glory.
For a kitty, your tree is basically a giant toy with more toys hanging from it — a.k.a. your precious ornaments and decorations. Here are ten adorable videos of cats climbing, attacking, and ruining Christmas trees.
Cats certainly warm our hearts in the cold months. There’s nothing like a furry friend to purr and snuggle with you by the fire. The kitties in these pictures are ready for you to take their pictures for Christmas cards and spread some cheer via the postal service.
It’s time for the winter holidays, and what better way to celebrate than with adorable Christmas kittens? These sweet, little furballs are ready for Santa to slide down the chimney with lots of gifts. Here are 20 Christmas kittens who are loving their first holiday season!
There’s no better feeling than knowing a friend of yours is a new cat parent, and therefore, a future feline fanatic, just like you. With the holidays on the way, it’s a great time to get them a gift to welcome home the new kitty.
I hope you have a wonderful eight nights celebrating the Festival of Lights with the cats you love. Hanukkah is a time of year for fun and family, and that includes our furry family members. Here are 27 adorable Hanukkah cats who would also like to say, “Chag Sameach!”
Hanukkah kicks off on December 10th in 2020 and lasts for eight nights. Recently we’ve been noticing that cats seem intent on getting in on the Jewish observance. Let’s round up all the ways “Hanu-cats” are celebrating Hanukkah!
Chag Sameach and Happy Hanukkah to you and your family, human and feline! As a loving pet parent, you may want to include your fur baby in the fun festivities and buy some of the best Hanukkah gifts for your kitty. Here are ten of the best Hanukkah gifts for your cat!
It is the time of year to be merry and, if you are able to, splurge on your kitty. One of the best ways to do that is to get your kitty something that will help fight boredom and unwanted behavior while you’re out and about the rest of the year.
It’s tempting to surprise someone, especially children, with a fluffy puppy, bunny, hamster, or kitty complete with a bow, but consider how tragic the situation could become. A poor match could mean the animal ends up in a shelter, feels lonely, or even suffers abuse or neglect.
Christmas, Hanukkah, and the rest of the December holidays are on the way. If you’re still looking to do your shopping for a kitty or a human cat fanatic this holiday season, then don’t worry because we’ve got you covered with some ideas for the best holiday gifts for cats and cat lovers!
Make sure you don’t leave your kitty out of the gift giving experience — they are a part of your family, after all! You’re going to want to have the camera ready because when cats open Christmas presents, they do it in very dramatic fashion, like the cats in these videos.
People have long ago decided that gifting you cat-themed presents for any holiday and special occasion is the way to go. That’s all cool, but there are some guidelines you should consider before gifting even the most confirmed feline fancier a stocking full of cat-themed gifts.
If you still want to be festive without running the risk of your kitty destroying the Christmas tree — or worse problems, like having serious issues after ingesting tinsel — there are ways to have a tree without having a tree. Here are seven Christmas tree alternatives for folks with mischievous kitties.
Need some cat-themed stocking stuffers for the cat person in your life? The holidays are right around the corner, but there’s still plenty of time to choose a great gift. Get something for the cat fan in your life that will help them show off their cat-itude all year long!
Cats definitely make the season bright, so share the kitty Yuletide love when you decorate your home this year. Make sure all your neighbors and guests know that you’re ready to celebrate the meow-liday season with the twelve cat decorations of Christmas.