Most cats love Christmas. There’s ribbon to chase, wrapping paper to shred and all those boxes to hide in. And then there’s the tree. With tinsel to bat, ornaments to swat and branches to climb, the Christmas tree just might be a cat’s favorite part of the holidays.
25 cats in, on and under Christmas trees
Christmas treats that aren’t sweet
It is the season of sugar and more sugar. If you are wanting to take a break from the onslaught of sweets, here are a couple of fun and healthy food ideas.
From Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, household waste increases by more than 25 percent, and this extra trash — mostly food, shopping bags, product packaging and wrapping paper — adds up to an additional 1 million tons of waste a week that’s sent to U.S. landfills, according to the EPA. Luckily, there are many steps you can take that will help you reduce your holiday trash — and even save some cash.
How to create less waste during the holidays
Seed Money: A stocking stuffer for gardeners
Think stuffing a holiday stocking with cash is a touch gauche but still want to incorporate a bit of ‘green?’ Look no further than Seed Money, rolls of paper coinage embedded with wildflower, herb and veggie seeds.