Monday, December 24, 2012

Meowy Crispmouse!

I know how much Mama loves this time of year so I thought I'd share some of her favorite pet related Christmas memories.

I've told you about Rosie, Mama's kitty that lived in Wichita. He was there to greet me when I went to the Rainbow Bridge. Even though he's a tough guy, he's also a big fan of Crispmouse. He and Mama had 17 years together, so they had a lot of holiday memories.
That's a happy kitty.

Rosie's last Crispmouse.

Of course, there was her doggie, Oscar. She could barely keep him in the house after he opened his gifts!

Mama always makes sure to get something special for Gpa's dog Yaz. That dog is crazy, but lovable.

Now, Mama is kept busy by Harvey. He's broken a few decorations, but she still loves him.

Harvey and Dad hamming it up by the tiny tree.

Little Dottie never gets left out of the festivities!

I only had two Christmases with Mama, but I'll always be there in memory for her.

I hope you all have a great holiday with both two- and four-legged family members. Every moment becomes a memory! Merry Crispmouse!


  1. We liked seeing TWCB's photos and we like potato chips but we aren't sure about a Crisp Mouse, hahameow!

    1. MOL! Harvey doesn't eat much people food, but he loves potato chips! I'm guessing a crisp mouse would be a mousie shaped chip in England. Hee hee!

  2. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas!

  3. Merry Christmas from my house to yours. May it be a great one.

  4. Mousie Catmas (that I what I celebrate!) to your humans, and to Harvey, Sebastian! I just want to let you know that I miss you, and I will always remember you!

  5. I miss you buddy, so it is extra good to see you now at Crissymouse. Hope your family has a special holiday period this year. What great memories you mom has!

  6. Very nice post, Sebastian. You are still one special kitty.

  7. What pawesome memories! Mommy reminisces the same over Unca Ryker and Caleb too. And we all think that photo of your mom & Rosie's last Crispmouse is pawesome!

    Harvey dood, you totally need to blame Dottie for the broken ornaments.