During this busy holiday season, as they are almost every year, all of us at Pet Nanny Main Line want to wish you, your family and pets a Very, Merry Christmas and all the best for a Happy New Year. Remember, that if you give a pet for Christmas this years, adopt locally, as they’re are so many wonderful pets waiting for a great home. Plus, adopted pets make the best companions. During this time of year, pet’s are often abandoned, starved, left out in the cold, and are craving and yearning for affection and love; remember to surround your pets with love and be thankful for them, and encourage your family to do the same with their pets. If you have a family member or friend wanting a pet for Christmas, encourage them to adopt and provide them with the benefits of adopting. We will close this post out with a fitting ‘pet-inspired Christmas carol’ featured on TheDailyJournal.com. It’s too cute not to share:
the first day of Christmas my sheepdog brought to me
A slimy rawhide she had buried ’neath the white pine tree.
On the second day of Christmas my gray cat brought to me
Two morning doves
He had captured by the Douglas fir tree.
On the third day of Christmas my poodle brought to me
Three mangled ink pens
He had chewed up on the sun room settee.
On the fourth day of Christmas my little calico brought to me
Four crawly bugs
She let go behind the living room TV.
On the fifth day of Christmas my pets brought to me
Five muddy things,
Four crawly bugs,
Three mangled ink pens,
And a slimy rawhide buried ’neath the white pine tree.
On the sixth day of Christmas my sheep dog brought to me
Six goose droppings
She had rolled in ’neath the blue spruce tree.
On the seventh day of Christmas my gray cat brought to me
Seven koi no longer swimming
He stole from the neighbor living next to me.
On the eight day of Christmas my poodle brought to me
Eight mice decaying
That the cat had killed ’neath the Scotch pine tree.
On the ninth day of Christmas my little calico brought to me
Nine bunnies prancing
From the nest ’neath the balsam tree.
On the 10th day of Christmas my dogs brought to me
Ten frogs a-leaping
They had found when the mailman accidentally set them free.
On the 11th day of Christmas my cats brought to me
Eleven handmade ornaments
They had shredded from my Christmas tree.
On the 12th day of Christmas my dear pets reminded me
How much their love and antics make me truly happy.