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A Thor Kitty Christmas

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Imrlgoddess

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The tree lasted 3 days. 3. The Girl was home that morning & said she heard the crash down the hallway. She ran into the living room to find the tree & table both on their sides, the tree leaning precariously on the couch. Thor was freaked out enough to not try his move again but he's still horribly curious and I know he's going to go after the gifts. During tree clean up we found a bunch of his stashed toys.... he guarded them well. 

I made bath bombs the other day & thought I baracaded them well enough to dry.....apparently not. He did some strength & QA testing for me during the night. 

He helped me get my gifts wrapped this evening. Ribbon really is his speciality. He's also partial to carefully adding appropriate pre-wrinkles to tissue paper. Totally the helpfullest helper that ever helped.

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feministxtian

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He just LOVES helping his mama!!! The problem is communication between kitty and mama...but...that's why we don't have a tree...death & destruction would see it ruined in probably just hours. 

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Mela99

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Our Sonny decided he needed to protect us from the shiny ribbon on one gift under the tree. He subdued it, ate it, and barfed it up for all to see. 

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