Including our furry friends in our Christmas celebrations is not so far-fetched when you consider that almost every nativity scene you see today includes animals. After all, Baby Jesus was born in their house, a stable. So, Merry Christmas to all the members of your household!
Christmas decorations really add to the festive celebration of the season, but they can become hazards to the well-being of our animal companions. So go ahead and deck the halls, but keep your pet's safety in mind.
Sharing this holiday with all members of our family, including the four-footed ones, is not a new idea. In fact, when we think back to how it all began it seems only natural that they should be a part of our Christmas celebration.
Thanks to our listeners and supporters, all of us as Alabama Public Radio have a lot to be grateful for! We hope you will join us as we celebrate the holidays with special programming that will run throughout the month of December and ending on New Year's Day.
A list of some of our upcoming specials:
12/17 9 a.m. The Carol Connection II 10 a.m. Christmas with the Morehouse & Spelman Glee Clubs 11 a.m. St. Olaf Christmas Festival
If you're traveling during the holidays, one of the first decisions is what to do with your pet. You can take it with you, board it, or have someone come to your home to care for it. Once you decide what's best for you and your best friend, you can relax knowing both of you will have a good holiday.