Christmas Cards for Cat Lovers
Blaze Cat's Guide to Holiday Cards and Postcards
The holiday season is a joyous time, but is a little cold for my taste. My humans build a fire in the fireplace for me and the dogs and they decorate the mantle with Christmas cards and with big and little stockings with our names on them. Sometimes they put treats and toys in the socks.
Our kind humans also send holiday cards to their family and friends. This year they let us, the felines of our household, pick out these Christmas cards and some have matching postage stamps, too. Since we, the she cats, are such angels (unlike that orange mischievous Dax Cat), we picked out some cards depicting angel cats. We also chose ones with pictures of other regal felines and some with birds, mice and other prey, too. Oh, and we also picked out a couple with dogs because our Rio and 2nd Chance are okay as far as dogs go.
Holiday Cards and Postcards
Selected by Ms. Blaze Cat and Friends
Unlike Dax, we girls, Star Noir, Pepper and I, want to show our human friends how much we appreciate them by suggesting holiday cards for cat lovers. There are so many delightful ones out there that bear our images.
Here are a few of our favorites that can be ordered on the web.
We cats are so close to celestial beings. It is simply delightful that such dear humans have captured these lovely visions so adeptly. I simply adore these card and hope that my lady will purchase some for us to send out during this joyous season.
White Persian Angel Cat
Flock of Angel Cats Happy Holiday
I like to think that there is a flock of angel cats watching over us. Especially those of us who have not found their forever home.
Cats and the holiday season go together like holly and mistletoe. When you combine them, you come up with some beautiful designs and some funny ones, too.
Feelings of Joy Kitten Cats Holiday Xmas Card
What silly kitties. They must be related to Dax. He acts just like that sometimes... but the scene is very joyful and makes you want to snicker.
Overstuffed Stocking Cat Christmas Card
Dax actually did this. He climbs on everything including the tree. My lady is going to send this card this year.
Some cats have no manners! Although one of our tribe would be doing exactly as the cats in the video. But I have to admit that some of their antics can be a little humorous.
Cat's Guide to Christmas
This is how I envision Santa Paws... MEooow! I'm going to wait up for him this year. What a handsome and jolly elf.
Christmas Trio Holiday
A human Santa with our kind snuggled in his fur robe. I wish my human would get a robe like this. I hope that my lady chooses this box of cards to send this year. It has a lovely picture.
Animal Christmas Cards Poll
Which animals do you like to see on holiday cards?
Beautiful Holiday Birds
Birds like these provide hours of entertainment for us on those cold winter days. We thought you humans may enjoy them, too. This bright red one feeds right outside the window. Our lady tells us that we must not kill. Oh well, it's too cold to go outside anyway.
Cardinal in Holly Card
Mice and Other Prey
Our Lady cross stitched the animals onto fabric then took a picture of them to make these cards and stamps of mice and other prey. I sat in her lap while she worked. She thinks that they are cute. I think that they look delicious!
Christmas Mouse Cross Stitch
I have seen deer and bunnies like the ones in Snow Fawn and Bunny Cross Stitch. The bunnies hop around the yard and sometimes eat my lady's vegetables. I would chase them away if she let me go outside.
Snow Fawn and Bunny Cross Stitch
Joy From Our Tribe
Our tribe, as our human friends call it, is a happy one. We all found our forever home with these people after we experienced some hardship in our lives. They are good people who love all kinds of 4-legged and winged creatures. Our lady likes to take photographs of us and sometimes puts them on holiday cards and postage stamps.
Santa's Hat Holiday
Dax may call me a tattle-tail, but pictures don't lie! As you can see in our group card, "Santa's Hat", he is nothing but a troublemaker. He even scared Santa Paws away and took his hat!
Christmas Cat Nap
Abigail was before my time. The story behind this picture is that she was napping one day and my lady put a little Santa hat on her head and snapped some photos. She was a sweet little cat that went across the rainbow bridge too soon.
Reindeer Rio was taken by my lady. Rio was a good dog and would let her put hats on him whenever she wanted. He and I used to play hide and seek when we were young.
Santa Chance Dog
The photo for Santa Chance Dog Card was a challenge to take. You should have seen what our kind lady had to go through to get 2nd Chance with the Santa's hat. He can be really grumpy and snappy. It should be called Bad Santa Chance.
Our tribe of adopted and rescued cats and dogs have found a good home, but there are many others of our kind out there that have no forever home. My Christmas wish is that perhaps you will celebrate the season by adopting a pet from one of the animal shelters or Veterinary offices near you.
That could be Dax, but he rarely sits that still.The cat and dog get along well, just as we do in our tribe. My lady sent out this card last year.
Snowy Cocker Spaniel
© 2010 Yvonne L B