Today is the first day of Kwanzaa. It’s also Boxing Day, at least sorta/kinda, in the U.K. and many current and former Commonwealth countries. It’s primarily known as a shopping holiday. Not exactly like the U.S. Black Friday but not totally different, either.
But there’s Boxing and then there’s BOXING, with or without any Marquess of Queensberry rules. And, there’s kitty-boxing, as pictured below. I want to say that both Hecate and George would be middleweights for cats, but she’s more roly-poly and he would be a lean, mean fighting machine – if he were at all capable of being mean, that is. They’re playing of course, but the expression on Hecate’s face is mighty fierce!
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Ah! Love the kitties boxing! That’s what I always thought boxing day meant in my head when I would read about it as a kid. lol
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Me too. I thought it meant fisticuffs – although not necessarily between kitties. Then again, “Rock ’em, Sock ’em Robots” were a popular toy somewhere in my childhood. Happy Holidays!
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