Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Cat Clips--Christmas Present

Please click on the photo above to watch the third episode in the special three-part Cat Clips Holiday mini-series called "Christmas Present." In this episode, the female cat finally gets to see her Christmas present.


Roxiticus Desperate Housewives said...

Merry Christmas Eve, Henson...

Stopping in on Christmas Eve morning to spread a little holiday cheer. I've been hoping to honor your amazing writing talent, and found just the award to do it, so it's time to slip into your little black dress and join me for an awards ceremony over at my place.


Sandee (Comedy +) said...

That was cute as heck. At least he was nice to her this time.

You and yours have a very Merry Christmas. :)

Mrs Mecomber said...

I wish you a Merry Christmas and may God bless you and yours. :)

Amy Lilley Designs said...

Hey Henson...Merry Christmas..blessings and good health w/ the New Year...:)))

Pam said...

May the holiday season bring you peace and joy.

Karen, author of "My Funny Dad, Harry" said...

I'm glad Honey got her present, but I wanted to see what she got for him. By the way, my husband and I watched the cat clips DVD we got from you and enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing your cats.

tashabud said...

Hi Henson, that is a cute video of your cats. I guess blings are still in vogue? Hope you had a wonderful Christmas celebration.

Thanks for having my ad on your blog.

Happy New Year!

Henson Ray said...

Roxy--Thanks for the Christmas wishes...I'm afraid I don't have a little black dress...will black shorts do?

Sandee--Thanks. Glad you liked it.

Mrs Mecomber--Thank you. And the same to you.

Amy--Thanks. I wish the same for you.

Pam--Thanks. The holiday season has brought me much joy...I don't know how much peace though...Have a Happy New Year!

Karen--thanks. Glad you enjoyed the DVD. The male cat was actually wearing the present in the last part of the video--it was the diamond studded bow tie...though you can't really see the diamonds on the film.

tashabud--I think "blings" are always in vogue...as long as they are tasteful...Happy Holidays to you and yours!