This is our little curlicue Krissymouse tree that the Human bought a few years ago. It's cute, but I would have preferred a real tree I could nibble on, use as a scratching post, or climb.
But nevermind The Kitty's needs.
This little horn was always on the Krissymouse tree when the Human was just a little girl. It's lost a few sparkly things over the
centuries decades, but she is still fond of it.
The Human's mother saved this odd little WWII-era ornament because apparently there was no metal available to make ornaments so they began to make them out of some kind of early plastic. It's not verreh pretty but the Human says it is "interesting." Whatever.
The Human's mother bought this butterfly when the Human was a kid and even though it's too large for our little tree, the Human insists it (and its companion, lower right in tree pic) alight on the tree every year.
This little sugar bowl is all that remains of an ornament "tea set" that was her Grandma's. Sadly, the pot and creamer have been lost in the mists of time (I-had-nuffing-to-do-with-that-I-swear!)
Finally, this Santy is her favorite ornament, another one that belonged to her Grandma. She says it's so old and delicate it might break just by looking at it funny, but I don't really see how that could happen. I've been staring at it a lot though, just to see. So far, nuffing has happened.
I'll let you know if it explodes or anything.