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The Thanksgiving Menu Preparations
Preparations are being made in my habitat for Thanksgiving dinner. This means all different types of foods are prepared at once and the smells wafting from the kitchen can be overwhelming! A cat’s nose has to work extra hard to determine the origin of these smells. And this is more difficult than you think, because the Thanksgiving menu is not all turkey and ham. There are decoys on that menu like cranberry relish. A cat must remain diligent and stalk the kitchen to determine the best time to ambush the table and snag a tasty morsel.