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My European background calls it "All Saints Day"
And other aspects of my personality call It SHIT
But you do know that I do "seriously" want to
cuddle/abduct/rescue "rory" from that AMI!
3> Basil does look a bit stunned. Probably couldn't believe the shenanigans :) or that you expected him to wear that undignified hat. He is a handsome fellow.
Henri the existential cat agrees with Guido.
I meant the commercialization of Halloween in Aussie is sh*t. The only background is USA TV.
It's a great celebration but has no real meaning in Aussie. It's like you borrowing "Guy Faulks Day"
(alas almost dead here) for the USA.
Here's my Holiday Cat picture:
Fluffy holiday collar only placed on sleeping kitty long enough to snap pic!
Some people try to celebrate Halloween - i.e. kids begging for sweets but they are usually strictly chaperoned by their parents.
One Christmas, my father came to stay. So Caddy couldn't sit in her usual chair.
Look at Caddy's expression!
When my father came to visit, he slept on the couch (we were not being inhospitable, long story), and my pair were not amused. One day he went to lie down, and it was warm and wet...someone was expressing his feelings about the matter...
Someplace on the tree there's a unicorn to match the dragon.
edited to fix picture link, Dec. 2014
56, I wonder if that cat's human was ever heard from again.