Winter Cat Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of a tabby cat peeking out between the trees. Snow covers the ground as the cat moves quietly along.

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DazyMazy
Mar 4, 2017
Such a pretty kitty. Interesting jigsaw cut. I enjoyed doing it.
jigsawmaniac13
Mar 17, 2016
I wonder if that's a girl or a boy
elijah13
Mar 5, 2016
Looking at something!
judipd
Dec 14, 2015
I see you
KwkClkrSwkr68
Dec 14, 2015
She seems like the adventurous type of cat.
aussiesapphire
Dec 9, 2015
Sweet little pussy cat eyeing off his next victim :(

"At Christmas play and make good cheer, for Christmas comes but once a year." Thomas Tusser

"Every year we celebrate the holy season of Advent, O God. Every year we pray those beautiful prayers of longing and waiting, and sing those lovely songs of hope and promise." Karl Rahner

"May the spirit of Christmas bring you peace, The gladness of Christmas give you hope, The warmth of Christmas grant you love." Unknown quotes

HUGS....
nlbuchanan
Dec 9, 2015
Cynic that I am, I would end the Rahner quote with...and the rest of the year we forget it all. How very sad that is true for so many people.
trynfindit
Dec 9, 2015
The movie Muppet Christmas Carol has a song in it (sung by the ghost of Christmas Present) that says, in part, "It is the season of the heart, the message if you hear it is make it last all year."
retirenow14
Dec 9, 2015
I think that Christmas carols are a teaching tool for children that adults that care about them can teach them to sing. There are morality lessons in these carols as well as religious truths that can give a child a basis on which to build their belief system. Schools do not teach these old carols much anymore. Possibly this is one reason why kids are so self absorbed and narcissistic these days.
trynfindit
Dec 10, 2015
I think parents have left too much up to schools and should be teaching their children the proper morals, values, etc. including things like manners, respect and the old Christmas carols.

This can get into a hefty political discussion so I'll leave it there.

Merry Christmas!
aknan
Dec 10, 2015
I'm in total agreement, trynfindit. Enough said.
cindyj28
Dec 9, 2015
Love this picture. I never leave my cat out anymore it is too dangerous. Too many wild ones out there. It cost me $200. for my last cat to get patched up so I decided, Never again.
kjd3682
Dec 10, 2015
Good for you Cindyj! They're much safer inside and live longer lives.
xyxyxyxx
Dec 10, 2015
I SO agree! Outdoor cats are prone to predators, vehicles, diseases and many other hazards. Thank you Cindy & KJD for speaking up!
retirenow14
Dec 9, 2015
Definitely a young male bent on hunting. I just can't deny my cats the chance to follow their wild urges. If they love me they will return. When they are young, their people and home are just a food source as well as a place to rest up before their next foray. In their old age they show you what they really think about you, sometimes in an overly bothersome manner. But they are our little fuzz muffins.
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