First, we destroyed this thing called a "Purr Pad". We're not exactly sure what it was suppossed to be but it came in the box with some new beds that our Mom ordered for us. Just to note, we have not destroyed the beds because they are way too warm and comfy, at least for now they are not to be destroyed. Mom put this Purr Pad thing on our sofa, we think she thought the cats would sleep on this thing and their fur would stay off the sofa. But we had other plans when she left the room. We did a remarkable job of getting a large hole in it and shredding it into clumps in just a few minutes. Why she didn't like our handy work we don't know.
Then came the Christmas tree. O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree how we love the presents under your branches. But our plan to seek, destroy, and lift hind legs on the presents was foiled when one of the moveable, stand alone gates was spread around the tree. We hate those things.
This morning we really out did ourselves! While Mom was getting ready for work one of us (Sawyer?) pulled a Berenstein Bears book off the shelf and ate a hole in the middle of the cover. Others pulled a sheet of stickers off the book shelf and then performed a shred-ectomy. Oh, yes we ate a few, too. MMMMMM. But our final crowning glorious task was to take the unopened package of sequins and beads off the little table in the living room. One of us (Bentley?) took it to the sofa and choose to open the red sequins and the tiny red beads. They looked so beautiful strewn all over the sofa. Very Christmassy, we thought! When Mom walked in the room she was very upset with us but we don't understand why.
Oh well, tomorrow is another day and we will be on the look out for more things to use to practice our seek and destroy techniques