Why is Dec 26 Called Boxing Day?
Dec 26 is Boxing Day
Boxing Day is traditionally a day following Christmas when wealthy people and homeowners in the United Kingdom would give a box containing a gift to their servants.
Nowadays Boxing Day is better known as a bank or public holiday that occurs on December 26, or the first or second weekday after Christmas Day, depending on national or regional laws.
It is observed in Great Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and some other Commonwealth nations.
Maybe we will come up with some kind of traditional Big Cat Rescue boxing day like handing out boxes to the cats as enrichment.
Watch for photos.
We will be handing out Christmas trees to the cats again today for sure.
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Gale and Lynda struggle to get a big Christmas tree into a small safety entrance
Sassyfras the cougar is very interested in Christmas tree Lynda & Gale have
Kim, Dottie and Bethann haul trees in for Aspen and Tobi cougars
The Sickles Highschool Christmas tree lot donated truck loads of trees
Beth Ann tells her husband Rich that he is too old for such antics
Gale, Beth Ann and Rich bring a Christmas tree in for Cody & Missouri cougars
Volunteers make sure all tags and string are removed before giving trees to cats
Marci and Lynda with Missouri cougar while Gale & Rich take one to Cody
Dottie and Rich wrestle Christmas tree into a corner so they can close safety doors
Rich and Dottie pull out trees from Christmas' past
Marci and Lynda carry Missouri cougar's Christmas tree in for her
Narla watches Rich cleaning branches off her roof and volunteers w/ trees
Rich holds the door for Marci and Lynda and snaps close the safety doors
Beth Ann watches Operations Manager Gale scale a cage to clear debris
A pole is inserted to keep cats from pushing the door up and open
These cougars are going to make it a challenge as they want to play with the pole
Gale points out white toes that identify Orion from Ares to Kim and Beth Ann
3 Cougars mean 3 Christmas trees
Ares and Orion the cougars wait impatiently for Christmas trees
Christmas Tree Line Dancing at Big Cat Rescue
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Tomorrow we pick up 100 more trees so that all the cats get enrichment
We all smelled like pine boughs by the end of the day
The wild cats love the smell of Christmas trees
Cougar brothers looking for presents under the Christmas tree
Gale holds the safety pole in place until everyone is out of the cage
Cats are so smart that it is our constant challenge to give them something to do
Jumanji the black leopard sniffs his Christmas tree as the 3 PM tour goes by
Reno the golden leopard rubs all over his tree before using it as floss
Sundari the leopard was more interested in the people than the Christmas tree
but that didn't last for long once she got a whiff of that pine scent
We are trying the trees on their sides this year as the cats like to roll on them
"More trees, please!" say Arthur and Andre the tigers
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