As you know if you saw our last post, our Christmas tree has been the subject of intense, but not unexpected, conflict.
As soon as the tree lit up, so did William and Ernest. William had to be physically restrained from chewing on the lights.
The next morning found the tree lying on its side and the cats out of sight. The tree spent the day en deshabille, as it were.
After lengthy trilateral negotiations, a compromise was reached.
Ornaments and tree skirt are, of course, out of the question.
Gifts will appear Christmas morning immediately before they’re to be opened.
Featured image by SDRandCo via morguefile.com
4 thoughts on “A Davis Christmas 2009: Compromise”
Tell the cats if they don’t behave you will tie antlers to their heads.
They would know I’m bluffing.
Cats with antlers.
I don’t see a happy face in the bunch. What do you think the humans look like?
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