Throw away the tinsel, it could kill your cat
My staff brought up the Christmas ornaments from the basement today. When they opened the box I was horrified to see tinsel in the container. I thought the tinsel was thrown away last year, when my staff took the ornaments off of the tree.
At the staff meeting this morning I will tell Mrs. Hodges to clean out the ornament box. She had wanted to make gingerbread cookies after breakfast. Cookies can wait.
We must protect my Vice-President Charlie, and the Twins, Nepeta and J.R. They are young kittens and playful. They may swallow the tinsel. Tinsel could get tangled in their intestines and cause an obstruction. I can’t bear the thought of my dear kittens having to spend Christmas in the hospital.
I am a mature cat; I know it’s not safe to eat tinsel.
I would rather eat mice.
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About Pooh Hodges
I have had a hard life. Born to a single mother in a back alley in Wisconsin. I never knew my father. My sister died young. I am writing my story. Look for it.