November 18, 2020

Miss Kitty’s Thanksgiving Etiquette Guide

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Attending a Friendsgiving soiree with your small, socially-distanced “pod” this holiday? We asked Miss Kitty Pretty Girl, aka Miss Kitty, aka Miss K, aka The CatCon Muse to offer up her advice that every well-MEOWnered guest needs to know. Whether you’re Team Stuffing or Team Green Bean Casserole, we all wish you and your fur babies a very Happy Thanksgiving!

 

Photo above Miss Kitty Pretty Girl, aka The CatCon Muse Courtesy Erica Danger

 
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Courtesy Erica Danger

If you have special dietary needs, it’s polite to bring your own dish.

I’d share my recipe for “Wet Food Surprise,” but it’s a family secret.

 
Courtesy CatCon

Never show up empty handed. I find that boxes make the very best gifts.

 
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Best paw forward! A good thorough grooming before arrival is just common courtesy.

 
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For goodness sake, arrive on time!

This is me the last time a guest was late to one of my dinner parties. Believe me, they won’t be doing THAT again.

 
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Follow your host’s (socially distant) seating chart.

Sure, you deserve the best chair, but you don’t want to make things awkward.

 
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Compliment the chef!

Even if you know you’re going to need to hit the In n’ Out drive thru on the way home.

 
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Don’t overindulge. The holiday season is long and full of temptations– remember, this is a marathon, not a sprint.

 
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