I never thought I would be saying this, but thank you for throwing up politely.
Our dear departed Tigger used to hork while reversing around the living room so as to make the most mess possible. You, on the other hand, were kind enough this morning to stay in one spot so that I could get a piece of kitchen roll under you.
Just try not to eat the tinsel in future. It clearly doesn't agree with you.
she who provides the REAL cat food
Going off topic here, and not wanting to put a damper on the holiday spirit, but tinsel and cats do not mix well. For some reason, cats seem to love to eat tinsel. Tinsel can really mess up a cat's insides and cause serious harm. If you have cats, please consider getting all the tinsel out of your house right away. Ask your vet if you aren't sure.
In fact any long, thin, string-like object can be both tempting and dangerous to cats. Thread, dental floss, anything like that. If you see something dangling out of either end of your cat, call your vet. Even just trying to pull it out can make matters worse, depending on how long the string/tinsel is.
Please excuse this public service message.
Back in the holiday spirit: