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Virgo cat horoscope for December 2023

Dear Virgo Cats,

As we approach the final month of the year, your keen, analytical Virgo mind is in full swing. This week, you’ll be faced with a plethora of challenges, your biggest one being the red laser dot that continues to evade capture. Your meticulous nature won’t let you rest until you’ve caught that elusive light. Remember, patience is a virtue, dear Virgo. It may seem like an uphill battle, but your determination will see you through. Just don’t let this quest distract you from your nap schedule. We wouldn’t want you getting cranky now, would we?

Secondly, your housemate, the family dog, may seem more annoying than usual this week. His tail wagging might disturb your peaceful slumber, and his constant need for attention could get on your nerves. But remember, dear Virgo, you’re the more refined and sophisticated pet, so don’t stoop to his level. Rise above the dog drool and maintain your majestic composure. Keep your luxurious tail high and your whiskers poised. Show your human who the real king or queen of the house is.

On a brighter note, this week brings the return of the shiny tinsel and twinkling lights. This can only mean one thing – the Christmas tree is going up! Your curiosity will be piqued, and your playful side will be tempted by the dangling ornaments and sparkling decorations. But do remember, dear Virgo, not everything that glitters is playtime. Control your urges and watch from afar, or else you may end up toppling the tree, and we wouldn’t want that, would we?

Your lucky lottery numbers for this week are 3, 11, 22, 29, 35, and 42. May your days be filled with plenty of belly rubs and endless tuna treats. Stay majestic, dear Virgos!

Debbie Moore is a writer with a strong interest in cats and cat ownership. She is the creator of Cats and Kittens Central, and since 2005 has contributed numerous articles on cat care, cat health, cat behavior and many other topics related to our furry friends. Debbie has owned cats for the past 50 years.

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