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Every month at CatTime, we take on the task of reviewing the billions upon billions of cat videos released to the Internet. Then we select the five most essential videos of the month for your viewing pleasure.

Without further ado, here are December’s must-watch cat videos.

(If you missed last month’s edition, you can still check out those cat videos here!)

1. Peek-A-Boo Kitten

 

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We start with a kitten video from Japan. The cat in question is snugly hiding while setting his eyes on a toy. But the real clincher is when that kitten nose pops out of the blanket!

2. Kittens In A Box

 

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What could possibly be better than a cat in a cardboard box? How about a kitten inside a dinky little tissue box!

Actually, keep paying attention because maybe there’s more than one furry little feline nestled away inside the box…

3. The Intrepid Birthday Cake Cats

 

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Here we have a fine clowder of seven all-white kittens. As their human goes to the kitchen, they naturally follow her under the assumption that treats or a meal will soon be served up, but it turns out the human is only visiting the kitchen to grab a slice of birthday cake.

Undeterred, the kittens persist in following their human around in the hopes of a snack session.

4. The Faucet Drinking Feline

 

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Kirry is a cat who only ever wants to drink water out of the faucet. That alone isn’t that peculiar, but in Kirry’s case, the water needs to be cupped in the hand of a human before the refreshment session can begin!

5. The Christmas Grinch

 

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Finally, it would not be a December round up of cat videos if we did not include at least one example of a cat somehow dressed up in some sort of holiday outfit.

In this case, we have Merlin, a ragdoll, whose owners have turned his cardboard box into a snappy Grinch-themed photo booth. Best of all, Merlin has clearly been practicing his best Grinch face.

Did we overlook your favorite cat video of the month? Share it in the comments section below!

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Some people love dressing up for the holidays. Some people like to shop and get new outfits to wear to Christmas parties. It’s just about the only time of year that you can wear a red sparkle dress and look dazzling!

Here are some kitties who got wrangled into hats and holiday props. These kitties are not so fond of Santa hats and winter caps and scarves and reindeer antlers. Dare I say, these cats hate your holiday props.

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Some people like to wear comfy warm ups and lay around the house for the holidays.

People and pets should be able to wear what they want on an every day basis. The holidays should be no exception.

This is the season to be jolly. ‘Tis the season to give your family and friends and cats some extra love. If you like to shop, pick up a gift to slip under the tree for a loved one! Shiny, sparkly clothes optional.

Bullet points!

Christmas Cat Do’s
  • Do let your cat be a cat.
  • If you have people over, do let your cat have a room all to themselves.
  • Do let your cat play with some empty boxes and wrapping paper.
Christmas Cat Don’ts
  • Don’t dress up your cat unless they seem super cool with it.
  • If you bought your cat some gay apparel,  take a quick pic and don’t force them to wear it.
  • Don’t force your cat to be merry and socialize among your friends.
  • Everyone should enjoy the holidays in their own way.

Christmas is a human holiday. There’s nothing wrong with wanting your cat to join you in the merriment. Just don’t force it. No one wants to have the holidays and tinsel shoved down their throats, especially cats.

Are you celebrating Christmas with a cat you love? Let us know in the comments below! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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Almost every major online publication uses stock images in their articles from time to time, and CatTime is no exception. So when we write, say, an article about cats and Christmas trees, we can look through a library of stock images and select from a number of photos of felines and festive trees. Usually, stock images are a useful way to help illustrate the point of an article.

But sometimes those stock photos get weird. Very weird.

Here are five utterly bizarre cat-themed stock photos that will leave you scratching your head and wondering, “Why does this photo even exist?”

1. Woman Vaping With Her Cat

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The description to this photo reads, “Middle-aged woman vaping with her cat.”

Beyond the very obvious health concerns that should discourage anyone from vaping anyway, you should definitely never be smoking anything around your feline.

Thankfully, the cat looks completely shocked and appalled at her human’s behavior.

2. Human Reading With A Cat’s Head On Her Body

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Why, but of course, it’s a lady with a cat’s head attached to her body, lounging around on a lazy afternoon reading a book. If you were wondering, the photo is meant to also represent the year 1982. Try to wrap your mind around that.

3. Pregnant Lady Drinking With Her Cat

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Next up, we have a heart-warming little scenario called, “Pregnant woman and her boyfriend watching TV and using woman’s belly as a table for their beer bottle.”

This very descriptive title also omits one very other strange addition to the scene: A hairless cat perched on the irresponsible lady’s lap, apparently for no actual reason whatsoever.

4. Cat In Fish Tank Carrier

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Have you ever had the thought to put your cat inside a fish tank? And then gone on to decide that placing a cat inside a fish tank is the best way to transport the feline around?

Probably not. Unless you’re the person in this photo: “The little girl smiles down while looking at her silly cat squeezed inside the tank.”

Right, glad we cleared that one up.

5. Kitten And Doll Party

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Finally, we have a little something titled, “Kitty getting a ride on the back of a doll.” Nothing remotely creepy about this at all, right? This nightmare fuel might as well find its way into the internet’s trove of cursed images.

Have you ever come across a really bizarre cat photograph? Let us know in the comments below!

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Nothing says Christmas for a cat owner more than finding your cat attacking your Christmas tree. While, to us humans, the Christmas tree is a beautiful decoration meant to be admired and gathered around, to a cat it’s a completely different story. 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.

And of course, we should all make it a priority to always be sure our cats are safe around the Christmas tree. Even though these videos are cute, let’s all keep our kitties safe this season.

1. Bad Christmas Kitty

Why our Christmas tree looks so bad. Bad Cat/Kitty! - YouTube

This Calico kitty named Izzy has turned this family’s Christmas tree into her official home. According to the owner, they cannot hang any Christmas ornaments because Izzy immediately goes after them. Izzy even loves to sleep in the tree like it’s a cat condo. Izzy is the reason that this Christmas tree doesn’t quite look the way a Christmas tree is expected to look, as she even knocks off all the lights at the very top!

2. Sneaky Christmas Cat

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This owner decided to secretly record his cat with a time-lapse camera because, whenever he came home, it seemed that the Christmas tree had been attacked. When he’s home, his cat plays it cool and does nothing suspicious. But as soon as he leaves, it’s a different story. The cat first checks the window to make sure his owner left, and then instantly makes his way to the tree for his attack. Now that is one smart and stealthy cat, but he’s officially been caught red handed–er, red pawed!

3. Christmas Tree Set Up Fail

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Before the Christmas tree is even finished being put up, these cats are on the attack. As the owner is setting up the tree the cats cannot stop themselves from getting in on the action. While the cats might think it’s all just fun and games, they probably don’t realize they are more of a burden than a help. They start jumping in the tree and pulling off all the decorations. But you have to admit, it’s adorable, right?

4. Cats Vs. Tinsel

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Thinking about putting tinsel on your Christmas tree? Well, think again because tinsel is seen by cats as the ultimate cat toy. It’s shiny, fuzzy, and when it moves it’s irresistible to a cat. This owner attempts to decorate his tree but the tinsel is just too much for the cats to handle. After watching this video cat owners might want think about skipping the tinsel or it will end with disastrous results. If tinsel is swallowed, it can cause obstructions and lots of nasty problems. However, from the cat’s perspective it’s the most fun decoration ever.

5. Cats Vs. Christmas Trees Compilation

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Watch this compilation to see the most classic cat Christmas tree fails. If you are a cat owner, you might recognize a few of these fails from your own home. After watching this video it seems as if maybe all cats were born with the instinctive desire to attack Christmas trees, no matter what. It’s such a common thing between all cats that Christmas trees truly never had a chance.

6. Siberian Cat Climbs Christmas Tree

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Fact: Yuri the Siberian Cat loves to climb. She loves to climb so much that she climbs all the way to the very top of the Christmas tree. It’s amazing just how fast she is able to get to the top. Make sure you watch until the end because it’s adorable how she just sits comfortably at the very top of the tree. She even looks like she could be a cat Christmas ornament!

7. Christmas Angel Cat

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In this video we have another case of the tree climbing cat. This cat however makes it all the way to top, becoming the Christmas tree star. The owners already had to remove all the decorations because this naughty kitty has made a habit of climbing the tree and knocking them off. While he is a naughty cat, you have to admit he does have amazing skills to be able to sit at the very top and not fall off.

8. Kitten Attacks Angel

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You would think the angel at the top of your Christmas tree is safe from the threat of cat attacks far above the ground, but think again because nothing is safe! The power of the cat attack is strong enough that even your precious angel cannot escape. Watch as this adorable kitten makes it all the way to top just to attack the angel topper. If you have cats, especially kittens, you might want to invest in an inexpensive angel topper just in case your cat finds their way to it.

9. Crazy Christmas Cat

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This cat is crazy about Christmas. He can’t stop attacking the same Christmas decoration over and over. It’s like he is on a mission to take it down, and nothing will get in his way. He is one determined kitty. According to the owners, he is usually a very well behaved cat, but something about the Christmas tree brought out the naughty in him.

10. Cat Christmas Tree Hideout

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In this short but hilarious video, the cat uses the Christmas tree as his own personal hideout. One moment he is just sitting innocently in front of the tree minding his own business, and then, in the next second, he’s gone! Hopefully this cat is not up to something under there. If you look at the tree you wouldn’t even know there’s a cat hiding inside.

Do your cats attack your Christmas tree? Let us know in the comments below!

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Watching a kitten climb the stem of a Christmas tree is undeniably adorable, but beware! Danger lurks, as well. The Holiday Season is fraught with peril for curious kitties who are easily overlooked in the commotion and rush. However, a few simple precautions will help to ensure your cats’ safety during the holidays.

1. Christmas Trees

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Christmas trees attract cats like magnets. Unfortunately, the Christmas tree harbors several dangers for inquisitive cats, as well as the potential for a big mess and electrical hazard if the cat knocks it down. The safest of all solutions is not to have a tree, or rely on a cat tree alternative.

However, if you must have a tree, put it in a room that the cat can’t access. The next best step is to take precautions.

Trees should be secured with a heavy base and guy-wires. Don’t let the cat chew on the electrical wires. You can prevent this by covering the wires or spraying on a bittering agent.

Cats also don’t mix well with breakable ornaments. Avoid hanging crystal and other fragile materials from the lower branches. The same goes for any that could be swallowed. Valuable or cherished decorations should not be put on the tree at all.

Tinsel is another no-no for cat-loving households. A cat could easily swallow tinsel and suffer intestinal blockage. Pine needles and preservatives or aspirin in the tree’s water can harm a cat as well, so needles should be swept up regularly, and don’t let cats drink the water.

2. Ribbons And Bows

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Ribbons on packages also call kitty’s name and present another danger for the digestive system. Since your cats are likely to play with presents under the tree, leave off the ribbon or keep the gifts in the closet. Put the ribbon away after wrapping gifts and clean it up after opening gifts.

3. Noxious Plants

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Some plants traditionally enjoyed during the holidays are poisonous to cats. Those plants include, to varying degrees, mistletoe, holly, lilies, poinsettia, and paperwhites. These plants should be kept out of kitty’s reach or, better yet, out of the house altogether.

4. Table Food & Holiday Treats

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Just as with Thanksgiving, cats should not eat table scraps from your holiday meal. Some foods like onions or chocolate will make them sick or could even kill them. Cats who are not accustomed to table scraps can get sick just from the change in diet. It’s best to stick with your cat’s normal meals and feeding routine to avoid upset stomachs.

5. Candles

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More than one cat whisker or paw has been singed over the years when a cat decides to inspect a candle up close. A flickering tail can also easily find its way into the flame of a candle or knock it down, potentially creating a fire hazard and a waxy mess. If you light candles, either keep the cat out of the room or watch them very carefully.

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Cats love boxes and crinkled paper and can have a blast “helping” to open presents and then playing with the wrappings (but not the ribbon). Keep your camera on hand!

What other safety tips should cat lovers keep in mind around the holidays? How do you keep your kitty away from the dangers of the Christmas tree? Let us know in the comments below!

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Do you send Christmas cards of your kitties to all your friends and family? 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 Christmas pictures and spread some cheer via the postal service.

Check Out These Cats Posing For Their Christmas Cards

We love including our friends and family in the Christmas holiday, especially the furry ones.

Just remember that there are a lot of holiday dangers for our pets, and we need to be responsible cat parents. Make sure you anchor the tree so no kitties can knock it over, and keep it off limits while you’re not home.

Save the holiday human foods for humans, and dispose of trash in a secure bin. If you have any guests coming over, make sure they know the rules. Keep outside doors closed, and maybe even designate a room for your cat to relax until the commotion dies down. Make this Christmas safe and happy for your feline family.

Do you have a holiday-loving kitty at home to pose for your Christmas cards? Let us know and post pictures in the comments below!

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Opening presents on Christmas morning can be a very exciting time. However, make sure you don’t leave your kitty out of the gift giving experience–they are a part of your family, after all! Not only will your cat feel more loved, but their reaction to getting gifts will be priceless and definitely make your Christmas ten times better. You’re going to want to have the camera ready because when cats open presents, they do it in very dramatic fashion. Merry Christmas to you and your cats!

1. Cat Opens Catnip Christmas Present

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Toka is excited about his Christmas present because there’s a special gift inside the wrapping–catnip! Toka is an extremely smart kitty, and instead of looking to his owners to see what he should do, he figures it out on his own. After a few seconds of trial and error, Toka holds down the present and rips it open with his teeth. He opens his gift all by himself and is very happy with the result. The best part is his fellow cat friend just lounges and stretches in the background, as if he knows not to get involved with Toka’s present.

2. Three Cats Open Christmas Stockings

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It’s Christmas morning for these cats, which can only mean one thing: it’s time to open their stockings, of course. Their owner has decorated three personalized stockings for his kitties, but once the cats start tearing into their stockings, the decorations don’t seem to matter. They start ripping and tearing, as cats do. Being cats and all, they seem to be more interested in the decorations on the stockings themselves then the actual toys.

3. Cat’s First Christmas Present

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It’s Wampa the kitty’s first Christmas and first time opening her present. However, Wampa has to share Christmas with her doggy friend, which means the gift opening becomes a team effort. When Wampa opens her gift, her dog friend is there, ready to be of assistance. After some team effort and back and forth, Wampa and her dog friend eventually open the present. However, it seems that Wampa is more interested in playing with and attacking her buddy than her actual present!

4. Cat Fiercely Opens Christmas Present

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Charlie the cat is definitely ready for his Christmas present. He’s not playing around with his gift and knows exactly what he wants and how he is going to get it. He doesn’t just calmly inspect his gift, but rather goes straight in for the kill. He starts biting and ripping and tearing the present, kicking it with his back legs like it’s a toy, itself. Just like any other cat, he gets distracted along the way by the paper. However, in the end, he gets his gift and is just as excited about it as he was about actually opening it.

5. Baby Kitty Opens First Christmas Presents

Baby Cat Opening His Christmas Presents - YouTube

This kitten is opening Christmas presents for the first time and needs a little assistance. He is a bit unsure of what do, so his owners step in and help him tear the first gift open. Then, kitty realizes what Christmas presents are all about. By the time he gets the second present, he’s ready to go. He immediately starts tearing into the present, ripping the paper all by himself, making a huge mess in the process and leaving shreds of paper everywhere. Kitty was so excited, though, and it was his first Christmas. How can anyone be mad?

6. Determined Cat Opens His Present

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Harvey the cat absolutely loves Christmas. He’s determined to open his Christmas present, no matter what. Harvey is super focused and never takes his eyes off the prize. The way this cat opens gifts shows just how much of a pro at Christmas he really is. Harvey has definitely opened many Christmas presents in the past based on his skills. He never loses track of what his mission is and never gives up on his present. After lots of persistence, he has success! He definitely could teach some other cats the art of opening presents.

7. Two Cats Open Present Together

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Frosti, the black and white kitty, and Choco, the white kitty, open their Christmas present with some teamwork. At first they both inspect the present with their noses, as cats do. After consulting together on what the next best move is to tackle the present, together they decide that maybe their owner should help them out. With some extra assistance, these two cats learn that the mystery item wrapped in the paper is actually something they want to play with after all–an infinity cat toy! Teamwork does pay off.

8. Cat Won’t Let Go Of Presents

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Jasper the cat loves his Christmas present so much that he won’t let go. After successfully tearing into his gift and biting and ripping the paper, his owner wants to take the present so she can unhinge it from its package. Jasper, however, is probably thinking, “I worked so hard to open this present, please don’t take it away from me!” Jasper is so excited that he is already ready to play, but what he doesn’t realize is that the gift is still attached to the cardboard. His owner hilariously tries to pull it away, but, alas, does not succeed. Jasper amusingly does not realize that she is only trying to help.

9. Bengal Cat Opens Christmas Presents

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It’s time for Fendi the Bengal cat to open his Christmas presents. However, instead of just opening his present, Fendi turns the actual opening into a game, itself. As he rips open the present, he decides it’s more fun to bite and chew the paper rather than continue opening it. The struggle of every owner is whether their cat would rather have paper for Christmas than their actual gift! For his second present, Fendi won’t open it unless it’s made into a game, of course, so his owner hides under the present and makes it move, tempting Fendi to attack it. I mean, a gift isn’t fun to a cat unless it’s moving, right?

10. Cat Attacks His Christmas Present

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This cat is not messing around with Christmas. He doesn’t just open his present peacefully, but instead starts attacking it like it is some type of creature he’s trying to kill! He holds on to the present like it’s his prey, wagging his tail, kicking it with his back legs, and biting it ferociously. Don’t get this cat something expensive for Christmas because you’ll be wasting your money. Any gift that gets into this cat’s paws will be instantly destroyed.

Did you get your cat a Christmas present this year? Did your kitty open their gifts on their own? Let us know and leave a comment below!

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We live in a modern digital world, but everyone still loves receiving a good, old-fashioned holiday card in the mail. Thankfully, there are a bunch of eye-catching cat-themed cards you can snap up to send to your feline-loving family and friends.

Here’s a showcase of seven cat-themed cards you can order in time for the holidays.

1. WidyCat

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WidyCat‘s illustrated range is full of feline-focused cards, including this festive kitty dressed up in reindeer antlers while surrounded by candy canes. The rest of the New York City-based brand’s line also includes cats re-imagined as Harry Potter house characters. You can buy this card on Etsy.

2. Equine And Wine

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This card from Equine And Wine embraces a magical and mystical vibe, showcasing a silhouetted cat perched in a tree while Santa and his reindeer fly by in the distance. You can buy this card at Greeting Card Universe.

3. Towne 9

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What’s not to love about 12 cats piled on top of each other to create an impromptu Christmas tree? You can buy this card on Etsy.

4. Pushy Pushy Up Down Go

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There’s a whole lot of black cat business going on with Pushy Pushy Up Down Go’s line of cards, including this mischievous black kitty who’s gotten herself into a predicament with some holiday lights. You can buy this card on Etsy.

5. Rachel Canada Artist

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Consider this sour puss greeting card for your friend who insists on taking a bah humbug approach to the holiday season. You can buy this card on Etsy.

6. Gotamago

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We all know that the real reason cats love the holiday season is because of all the cardboard boxes and wrapping paper they get to frolic with. Celebrate that side of Christmas with this illustrated card by the Gotamago studio from Toronto. You can buy this card on Etsy.

7. Claudine’s Art Cards

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These two black cats perched on the roof of their home have just one holiday wish: let it snow. You can buy this card on Etsy.

Are you sending any kitty Christmas cards this year? Are you happy to get cat cards for the holidays? Let us know in the comments below!

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It’s time for the winter holidays, and what better way to celebrate than with 20 pictures of adorable Christmas kittens? These sweet, little furballs are ready for Santa to slide down the chimney with lots of gifts.

Check Out These 20 Christmas Kittens

Of course, it’s important to keep our kitties safe around the holidays. Make sure your Christmas tree is off limits to your cats. Keep dangerous ornaments, candles, and holiday plants out of reach. That might be hard to do with a kitty who likes to climb in the house, but be careful so your cat doesn’t have a holiday accident.

We just love celebrating Christmas with our families, especially the furry family members who purr!

How do you celebrate the holidays with your cats? Do you have any Christmas kittens at home? Let us know in the comments below!

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Did you know that the first Monday in December every year is officially recognized as Walt Disney Day? The holiday is designed to celebrate the prolific achievements and worldwide influence of the famed animator Walter Elias Disney.

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While Mickey Mouse might be regarded as Disney’s most recognizable calling card, the company’s animation vaults are also littered with beloved felines who have played vital roles in a stream of iconic movies and cartoons.

Without further ado, here’s a roll call of the five best Disney cats in all their animated glory.

1. Tigger

The Mini Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Pooh and Tigger - YouTube

Tigger is the endlessly bouncy plush tiger character from the Winnie The Pooh series of tales and adventures. When not careening around and causing mischief, you’ll find Tigger chilling in a treehouse located deep in Hundred Acre Wood.

2. Figaro

Pluto Cartoon Figaro & Cleo - YouTube

Remember Figaro? This squat tuxedo cat made his debut in Disney’s 1940 animated version of Pinocchio. Figaro also went on to form a rivalry with Pluto in a series of short animations.

3. Nala

The Lion King - Simba & Nala's Argument (English) - YouTube

Nala takes up a secondary starring role in 1994’s The Lion King movie behind Simba. During the story, Nala transforms from a sassy cub into a mature voice of reason as she embraces her lioness status.

4. Marie

The Aristocats - Scales & Arpeggios - YouTube

Marie is a feline lady who co-stars in the Aristocats movie. Spruced up in her signature pink bow, Marie is a total romantic. She’s also apparently based on the Turkish Angora cat breed.

5. Dinah

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We all know the iconic role that the Cheshire Cat plays in Alice In Wonderland, but don’t overlook the charms of Dinah. As the heroine’s cat, she hangs out with Alice until her human takes a fabled trip down the rabbit hole, but a happy ending (and some well deserved tea) ultimately ensues.

Do you agree with our list of Disney cats? Do you have any favorites that didn’t make the list? Sound off in the comments below!

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