LexiLexi: Hey Dezi do you know what time of year it is? 

Dezi: It's winter time Lexi, and it's cold with a lot of grey days. What's the big deal? Dezi

Lexi: Well yeah, there's that, but it's also Christmas time. The time of year when for just a little while lots of peeps (people) that aren't normally nice, get a little nicer and those year round good hearted folks go overboard. MOL Everybody's shopping and buying all kinds of gifts and lots of food all to celebrate one day.

Dezi: Oh Lexi me loves the Christmas lights and the yummy smells from mommy's candles. 

Lexi: Me too Dezi. I hope those candles never burn away. But the real reason for the season has nothing to do with mommy’s candles or all the shopping and food or even the lights we like so much. Although our Lord, Jesus, wasn't actually born on December the 25th, that's the day we celebrate His birth. God's gift to the entire world. The Bible says in John 3:16, "For God so loved the world, that He gave his only Son, that whoever believed in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life." 

Dezi: So the point of Christmas sissy is Love right?


Lexi: Yep Dezi, Love and Jesus. You know we are really blest. We have a mommy who loves us so much she would give her life for ours and we would do the same. And we have a warm and comfortable home to live in and a cosy bed to sleep on.

Dezi and LexiDezi: Oh Lexi we are blest. You know me has a Blest Sunday post on our blog, Deziz World every week. We have so many pawsome furiends and opportunities thanks to the internet on top of our furever home and mommy. But there are kitties that don't have what we do. And at this time of year when it turns cold and nasty outside they really struggle to survive. 

Most everybody has heard about ferals. Just because these kitties live outside and are afraid of humans doesn't mean they don't suffer or that they can take the changing weather. We know a lot of peeps that take care of feral colonies. Most of them use their own money to feed and spay/neuter and provide vet services when they're needed. It's kind of a thankless job, because the world never hears about most of them. A feral caretakers' reward is the day one of those ferals trust them enough to allow the peep to touch them; even if it's just for a minute.

Lexi: Yeah Dezi taking care of ferals is a big job and we appreciate all those who do it. But there are lots of animals in shelters and rescues the world over waiting for their forever home too. While we don't think kitties and puppies make very good surprise gifts, they are great gifts for those who are willing to invest a lifetime of love and care into them. So if you know of someone who wants a new furry for Christmas, please adopt and save a life. Mommy says adoption actually saves 3 lives. The one of the animal you took out of the shelter making room to save another and the human whose life will be forever changed by the furry addition to their family.

Dezi: Oh Lexi you are so right. We would really like to encourage everyone to look around you this season. There are a lot of ways to help the ferals and shelter animals even if you can't bring one into your home. Donations of food, litter, cleaning supplies, time and money are just a few things needed to help these peeps continue to save lives. 

Dezi and LexiLexi: This year can also be hard on humans too. A lot of people are alone at this time of year and they get really sad. Like Dezi said, look around you this season, we bet you know one of these people. A kind word and a smile will go farther than you think. After all, this is the season to share a little of that love that God showed you. 

We'll wrap it up for now, and say thank you for sharing and being a part of our lives this past year.

Dezi: Oh yes sissy, we are so grateful for all our friends and readers. We're keeping you all in our hearts and purrayers and wish you health, joy and lots of love in the coming year.

Lexi and Dezi: Merry Christmas to you all from all of us.

Love and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

Lexi, Dezi and mommy Audra 






A Cats Purr

"Cats make one of the most satisfying sounds in the world: they purr ...

A purring cat is a form of high praise, like a gold star on a test paper. It is reinforcement of something we would all like to believe about ourselves - that we are nice."

Roger A Caras

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