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Holiday Travel

ICHC cat Magi

This is a prime example of why you should make a list and check it twice when traveling during holidays. Following stars is all well and good, but can you tell the difference between a star and a meteorite headed directly for you?

If you are migrating home, or off on a vacation, be safe.


1 hipparchia { 12.23.16 at 7:46 pm }

not going anywhere near the sea of galilee this year.

don’t have any frankensense either. might take some coffee out to the beach to watch the sunrise and wade in the water though. the water will be wintry cold, but otherwise it’s supposed to be rather summery.

2 Bryan { 12.23.16 at 8:39 pm }

Galilee won’t be a sea much longer and everyone will be able to walk across it because of climate change and wasteful use of water by Israel.Water, not oil, will be center of future conflicts in the region.

3 Anya { 12.24.16 at 2:12 pm }

Galilee aside, that has got to be my all-time favorite NODWISH funny cat picture.

Happy Various Winter Holidays to all!

4 Bryan { 12.24.16 at 3:30 pm }

My first cat, Koshka, had a flea allergy in the days before Frontline and that was a familiar sight – her tired out, soggy grey & white face peering out at me trying to locate an artery to attack when she had the strength.

С Рождеством!

5 hipparchia { 12.25.16 at 3:37 pm }

curmudgeon cat had flea allergies too, but at least we had advantage. not to mention that he actually liked swimming in the bathtub. also, he loved his vet, who only ever gave him shots.

I’m guessing that curmudgeon cat was smart enough to put 2 and 2 together and get “relief.”

6 Bryan { 12.25.16 at 6:15 pm }

Turkish Vans & Angoras, Maine Coons, American Shorthairs & Bobtails, Bengals will all play in water and require you to keep the lid down on the toilet. Koshka was a Korat mix and wanted nothing to do with water. The hair dryer was only attempted once and was quickly replaced with towels for her and bandages for me.

The water was the only way our German Shepherd could deal with Florida the first time we lived here. It took care of the heat and flea problems.