Thanksgiving. Now this is one holiday the large featherless beings really do right.
So many delicacies, so little time.
Which also means it is very important to a) be the cutest diner, b) be the “alpha” flock member, and c) be the first in line.
Here, it can be helpful if you actually stand on the delicacy being prepared (especially since your large featherless flock mates seem to have a strange aversion to eating something another flock member has already stood on top of).
Another great way to dictate (er, guide) menu planning is to volunteer your personal Small Chef to do all the cooking, on account of how she already knows what you like best.
Finally, it is vital to scout out your perch in advance to ensure the most advantageous view of the mealtime spread. The best place is always the highest so you can see all the delicacies at once and indicate which ones you want to try.
From our flock to yours, we wish you so much love, many delicious delicacies, and a very happy Thanksgiving!
His large featherless assistant
His Small Chef
His Tall Tree
The wild & woolly furred being