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Multi award-winning independent studio Aardman has teamed up with the U.K.’s leading feline charity Cats Protection and TV presenter Holly Willoughby for the charity’s Christmas campaign “Casper’s Magical Journey,” inspired by the true story of a young boy and his missing cat. Read more at Animation Magazine
12/14/2019 "For some pet owners, dressing up dogs and cats at Christmas in novelty outfits has become an annual tradition. But do they actually enjoy it or is it causing them additional stress? According to the experts at Cats Protection, owners should avoid dressing up their cats as it can heighten their levels of anxiety — and means they can't act normally." - Country Living
12/12/2019 "If you’re a cat owner, you’ll know that Christmas is stressful for two reasons: One, because you have to leave the warmth of your house to face the business of the festive season to buy your loved ones presents, and two, because you’re going to spend at least 25 days picking up baubles and branches that your cats have knocked off the Christmas tree while attempting to climb it." - METRO
12/25/2019 "Last year, you may have read my husband’s and my "Christmas Tree vs. Our Cats" fiasco. Here is the CliffsNotes version: Eager to feel some holiday cheer, we put up our Christmas tree just to be reminded that the cats chewed through our lights the year prior (no cats harmed). That night, we go to Target, purchase a new tree, go home, decorate it and then bask in the glory of our non-mutilated piece of Christmas heaven." - Aiken Standard
12/26/2019 "This holiday season, while you’re busy decorating, cooking, and wrapping gifts, remember to watch out for holiday temptations for your pets.FDA veterinarian Camela Stamper tells how to keep your animals safe." - Sierra Sun Times
undated "No matter which way you choose to celebrate the holiday season, there are many hidden dangers that we must watch for to keep our kitties safe from harm. Some of the things on this list you may already know, and some might come as a surprise. What’s most important is that we all work to keep our babies safe from these holiday dangers for cats." - Cole and Marmalade
12/8/2019 VIDEO: "The holiday season is upon us - and the decorating frenzy has begun! But few things put a damper on the holiday spirit like a trip to the emergency veterinary clinic. Here are some of the most common culprits behind pet-related decorating disasters." - NBCMiami
12/13/2019 "It’s a Christmas miracle that cat lovers never knew they needed. On Wednesday, the BBC YouTube channel casually uploaded a video titled “9 hours of our Christmas cat hoovering #XmasLife.” Viewers get exactly what the name promises: a lengthy, uninterrupted loop of a feline sitting atop a self-driving vacuum cleaner, riding back and forth, in and out of frame." - People.com
12/13/2019 "A friend sent me an hilarious photo the other day. It was of a cat stretching as far as it could to reach a Christmas tree that had been extended from the ceiling. I received this photo because I had been lamenting that I had no idea how Cleopawtra would accept the bright lights and gleaming balls on the 3½ foot tree which I call Christmas. I figured it would be a new challenge for a nine-pounder who is able to leap tall tables in a single bound, partake of any food on one’s dinner plate and dash into the garage in the blink of an eye. I was wrong." - StAugstine.com
12/11/2019 "Knowing how to keep pets safe during the holidays can mean the difference between spending Christmas Eve with your family and spending it in an emergency vet hospital. Unfortunately, those bells, bows, flashing lights, all the other things that make the season bright can quickly turn holly jolly into a real nightmare before Christmas. The good news? Nearly all tragedies are entirely preventable if you follow these tips" - 5minutesformom.com
12/10/2019 VIDEO: "Cats and Christmas trees renew their age-old hostilities. Putting up a Christmas tree and decorating it just right can be challenging enough. But if there's a cat in the house, it's much, much tougher - as seen in this footage from America's Funniest home Videos." - Huffpost
12/10/2019 "The holiday season should be a joyous time for all members of the household, even four-legged ones. Unfortunately, some cats only reluctantly embrace the Christmas spirit. So if you have a puss that starts pouting over the holidays, don’t blame him or her entirely — pet owners might bear some responsibility." - Mansfield News Journal
12/8/2019 "It’s that time again. Time for holiday decorating. Twinkling lights, glittering ornaments and shiny garlands create a magical ambiance in your home that’s warm and inviting. But for our pets? Not so much! Holiday greenery and decorations are almost irresistible to many dogs and cats, just begging to be chewed, licked, or swallowed." - Altoona Mirror
12/2/2019 "Cats love Christmas trees. A lot of them love messing with the tree, even climbing it. They’ll knock off the ornaments, make needles fall, and even topple the tree. I looked through Reddit, where every user owns two hundred cats, digging through years of posts for the best advice on keeping cats from ruining Christmas trees or hurting themselves." - lifehacker
12/2/2019 "It’s the most wonderful time of the year – unless you’re a cat owner. In which case, welcome to a month of Christmas tree hell. Yes that’s right. The kitties of the world are already wreaking havoc on their owner’s trees – the ones they’ve spent hours decorating with fairy lights and baubles." - HuffingtonPost
11/23/2019 "Some gift recipients on your list are easier to shop for than others — and more fun. For dogs and cats at Central Virginia shelters and sanctuaries, many items are just a click away online, and others are as close as local stores." - The Daily Progress
11/14/2019 "Parties, decorations, indulgent foods—there are so many more ways for your furry friend to get in trouble this time of year. Here’s how to fend off potential problems." - Health.com
11/12/2019 "You think you love Christmas? Check your elf hat at the door. Your excitement is only a fraction of what cats across the world are feeling.This year, I’ve been lucky enough to watch two kittens experiencing Christmas for the first time and I’m a little jealous of all the fun they’re having. Here are five reasons cats are seriously stoked about" - TheFrisky
10/28/2019 "... from holiday-themed cat tunnels to plush dog toys.
Read more here - Business Insider
9/11/20 "If you own a cat and celebrate Christmas, chances are you've come to accept the inevitable: your cat is going to try to climb your tree. (And if your cat doesn't, please tell me your secret.) I have three cats, and as long as our Christmas tree is up, they're trying to climb it — or at least sit underneath it and swat all of the ornaments off. While I don't know how to keep my cats out of our traditional, artificial tree, my mother is an avid Christmas tree collector (I think my last count was in the 60s), so I've come to learn that there are some types of trees our cats will actually leave alone." - popsugar
11/20/2019 "If we know anything about cats — and cat people — it's that they're very particular. It can be difficult to find the purr-feat Chistmas gift for the cat person in your life, but luckily we've gathered a collection of cute ornaments that will please even the most finicky of friends. " - Popsugar
10/01/2019 “If you’re in the mood for a very “meowy” holiday season, a cat Christmas sweater is the purr-fect choice for all of your office and family gatherings. Featuring furry felines from snarky to snarling, they’re sure to garner more laughs than your old ugly Christmas sweaters." - Heavy
11/14/2019 "While you're busy checking everyone off your Christmas list, don't forget about your furry friend. Even if your cat prefers to lounge in a cardboard box, they'll instantly be drawn to these cat beds. They're made of ultra-soft materials for comfort, and some even come with a toy attached for playtime. A few of these beds are constructed to be small cat houses, which gives them a little retreat from all the hustle and bustle of the holidays." - Better Homes & Gardens
11/9/2019 "irst there were adorable Halloween-themed homes just for cats, then there was an insanely sweet cardboard RV that your kitties could hang out in, and now my friends, there's officially a heated cat bed your felines can snooze in just in time for Christmas! Made of soft velvet and clearly super sturdy by the looks of the reviews, the Hollypet Self-Warming 2-in-1 Cat Bed ($15) from Amazon is quite frankly the perfect preholiday present for your furry friend." - Popsugar
10/22/2019 "The award-winning pet brand, Pet Acoustics announces, Pet Tunes Holiday that is sure to keep dogs and cats calm and not hiding under the bed when your friends and family come over for celebrating. Pet Tunes Holiday is a Bluetooth speaker pre-loaded with 14 tracks of holiday music designed for dog and cat hearing to calm them during a high energy time of year. Each Pet Tunes Holiday gift pack comes with a Santa squeaky toy for canine fun and a feathered holiday mouse for cat play." - CISION PR Newswire
10/28/2019 "Santa paws is officially coming to town thanks to one online marketplace. We all love dressing our beloved pets up at Christmas, but Amazon has just taken festive shenanigans to another level. Forget Christmas jumpers, the retailer is selling an adorable selection of cat beds – purrrfect for full-grown moggies and kittens alike. There are a number of types to choose from, including a Christmas tree-themed bed as well as a Santa’s hat design." - METRO
10/25/2019 "Whether your kitten’s been nice all year or falls in the category of “naughty but too cute for you to care,” you’re probably looking for something to gift your pet for the holidays. Or you’re looking for something to keep them from tearing every ornament off your tree. Either wa, Target's new holiday cat houses, featuring festive designs, will give your furry friend something to enjoy." - Bustle
10/15/2019 "Looking for the perfect way to wish your favorite feline happy holidays? Bed Bath & Beyond is selling a cozy cat house shaped like a Christmas tree, and if the Holiday Tree Wool pet Cave ($80) isn't already on your kitty's wish list, it should be. Measuring 15 inches in length, 15 inches in width, and 22 inches in height, this little holiday haven is just the right size for making your cat feel comfy and secure." - pop sugar
10/11/2019 "IT'S HARD to ward off feeling like Scrooge when your cheeky cat has toppled your Christmas tree for the umpteenth time. Lucky then, that Argos have come up with a genius solution. Half Christmas trees are the perfect way to retain that festive feeling - even around the naughtiest of pets." - TheSun
10/16/2019 "Finding the perfect ugly Christmas sweater usually takes some online digging, but this year, Amazon is selling a slew of truly heinous pullovers that will surely make any holiday party a heck of a lot more festive. As a Christmas and feline enthusiast, I like to order my garb way ahead of the season." - popsugar
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