Tuesday, December 25, 2012


We've all heard of Jack-in-a-Box, but what about Bunny-in-a-Box?

I was sorting keychains this evening and the Monge boxes are perfect for storing them because it's small.

 But Bunny found a better use for them!

 Er...you're too big, Bunny.

But earlier on, Tiger had gone in and made himself comfortable. As you know, Tiger LOVES small baskets and small boxes. For him, the smaller, the better. But Bunny is very "kiasu". Whatever anyone does or have, he must ensure that he doesn't lose out.

So in went Bunny and he stayed until it got too uncomfortable.

Soon, Tiger came in and I assume Tiger must have tried to get into the box because I suddenly heard the sound of a terrible war-cry and saw Bunny chasing Tiger all the way out to the Clubhouse.

Water-gun to the rescue!!!

So you see...I deal with Quacks every day too.

 Meanwhile, Indy was intimidating Cow, who had gone into hiding behind the door.

Indy wants to establish himself as the new Big Boss of the clan, and I suppose the "take over" is not complete yet.

 And through it all, Pole was listening to Christmas songs with me at the table.

Have a holly jolly Christmas,
It's the best time of the year,
I don't know if there'll be snow,
But have a cup of cheer... 

 And in the spirit of sharing and caring, I have laid out, not cookies and milk (that's for Santa Claus), but TWO boxes...to pacify Bunny.

But just like children, it's no thrill when there are two of the same toy. They only want one....so that they can fight for it!

Merry Christmas, folks!!

Have a holly jolly holiday!


Alicia said...

Merry Christmas to everyone!!!

Bunny-in-a-box reminds me of Maru. Maru loves boxes.

melle said...

Yes, cats are like little children. I have rattan baskets lined with pillowcases and yet my cats much prefer empty ordinary boxes.

Yen Ling said...

Merry Christmas to all! :)