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Baby's first Christmas
Nov 24th, 2011 at 7:31am
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The first year I brought my cat home, we had to make some adjustments to our Christmas lights. They were small, and made of glass, and Ambre (the cat) kept biting them until they broke. My dad finally found some larger bulbs made of stronger material, so Ambre couldn't eat them.

One of the funny things he did that Christmas, and still continues doing every Christmas, is climb up into the Christms tree, even when it's fully decorated. He then tries to push the branches of our artificial tree out, and he has succeeded a few times.

The one thing that's still really funny about that Christmas is that I got him a little catnip toy. I wrapped it, put it under the tree, and labeled it "To Ambre From Santa". On Christmas Eve, he found his gift, and opened it, all by himself (he's such a big boy!). Of course he used his back claws to help him, since he's declawed in the front. He literally loved that present to pieces!
  
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