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    Do you buy for pets at Christmas?

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    Do you buy for pets at Christmas?

    Post  Admin on Sat Jul 04, 2009 3:53 pm

    Do you buy for pets at Christmas? I know some people always buy for their pets while others don't so which way do you go?

    I usually buy things for the cats and dogs so they don't go for our presents but not the fish because it seems pointless lol!
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    Re: Do you buy for pets at Christmas?

    Post  mrsow on Sun Jul 05, 2009 7:34 am

    i thought i had posted a reply but obviously i havent

    yeah I buy for my 2 dogs we dont have children so we spoil the dogs. They have there presents wrapped and under the tree. Posh and Becks get presents from us, eachother and grandma and grandad ............... yup we are all barmy
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    Re: Do you buy for pets at Christmas?

    Post  Admin on Sun Jul 05, 2009 7:41 am

    haha, its ok. i do that on mse sometimes xD
    i buy for the cats and dogs but not the fish. just give the fish a new toy in their tank or something that we already had lying around as they dont really understand it xD.
    the cats love christmas. it'll be charlie's first christmas this year though and we now have only charlie so it'll be a new experience for him lol
    i think it's nice to treat them sometimes though Smile

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    Re: Do you buy for pets at Christmas?

    Post  Mhags on Sun Jul 05, 2009 9:40 am

    we have 2 young cats and 1 dog. They each have a stocking which hangs in the hall waiting for santa to come! Last year cats were just 8 months and 3 months so if you can imagine the state the tree was in by the time it came down........they would hare up and down it like mad things and play tig and lie in wait for each other.
    Old cat used to always lie underneath it. cannot leave anything chocolate or dog will eat.....we know through experience!!
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    Re: Do you buy for pets at Christmas?

    Post  Admin on Sun Jul 05, 2009 9:57 am

    Lol our cats eat the chocolate off the tree as well! And if we leave anything lying around they'll eat it too. Literally anything xD.
    At least you know to expect it though I guess. Better than just finding things half eaten everywhere!
    Our Christmas tree is always falling over with the cats around as well.

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