Sassy cats — How Easter really was

By the end of Easter day, this was how my lovely table looked. I’m not sure how it happened but here is a clue.

The green “grass” was distributed around the room and those eggs in the basket were found around the house. We assume they had their own Easter egg hunt. I’m just glad they waited until the guests left!

Everything is washed and put away until next year! Morgan hopes you had a great holiday.

53 thoughts on “Sassy cats — How Easter really was

  1. Hahaha! Indeed they did have an egg hunt! Never a dull holiday or day, with kitties. My daughter gave me a fridge magnet, “the cat and its housekeeping staff live here.” It’s the only magnet the kitties haven’t removed from the fridge, lol.

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  2. I too love that second photo. It’s like she’s guarding the treasure – you know, just in case.

    If you’re going to be foolish enough to change something, then you have to expect that it will be tampered with πŸ˜†

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  3. They’d get on well with our cats! Small objects tend to get moved in our house. They can often be found under or behind the sofa. There’s usually a nice little stash of pens and lip balm there!

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    • It’s paper, not cellophane but still. I don’t have young cats so I was a little surprised that it interested them. The eggs I get — round and rolls easily but the grass? Fortunately only Morgan thought the grass was cool.


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