Le Holiday Feast, Again

For the past several years Max has demanded that I post his favorite holiday video.

That’s right, I’m talking about the one with the dogs having a holiday dinner together, hosted by The Cat. It’s a TV ad that was made by FreshPet in (I think) 2014.

I think almost all of you have seen this one but it’s truly an oldie but a goodie so, without any further effort on my part, here are the Holiday Dogs back for 2020:

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    • Thanks for the superb link! As you know, I am a big fan of Kristofferson and have been for, ai yai yai, a half century. I knew he drew inspiration from Blake but I think the article caught something special with the D H Lawrence references. “…where do you say you are from and which do you consider your home?” is a question I still find hard to answer and I think you know all about that uncertainty. Ultimately my home is not so much a place as being with a certain person, and let’s include a small dog just for fun. KK will always be the soundtrack of my life and I enjoyed immensely reading that piece.

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  1. Max and Tom, you are the best for posting this again! It never gets old. Still laughing out loud! Who doesn’t need to laugh out loud about now? This ad is genius.

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  2. HA!!! πŸ˜› I love this! I look forward to you posting it every year! It makes me snort-laugh! πŸ˜€ Love the doggie stealing the silverware! πŸ˜€
    Bet there are no leftovers to deal with! HA! πŸ˜€
    PATS and RUBS!!! πŸ™‚

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    • I think a lot of us can find a dog whose behavior is similar to a family member. On my side I think it’s the dog with the flask. At least it was like that growing up. The Cat would have been my Grandmother, ruling with an iron hand. Nowadays, the young dog playing with his phone at the table would fit right in.

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