An occasional posting
My question is - how do you keep the cats from eating the herbs? It's been my experience that cats like nothing better than to nibble at greenery, especially greenery that you've gone to a lot of trouble to plant and keep alive!and is Remus behaving herself yet? I see you have her on a leash.
No, she's a little dickens!
Gosh, so much has happened here while I've been away. L graduated and started Quiznos (yay!) Puppy and Frank making friends. Lots herbs, cool recipes. Hope you're having a great weekend!PS. Have you ever tried growing catnip? I heard they like catmint too. It's really easy to grow.
I didn't know you had two nearly identical kitties. Are they related?
Hmmmm, that Frank Cat is one slender feline! Come on Girl, put some meat on his bones! :)
Frank has always been a sleek guy, but having to adjust to Remus has been a bit of a trial for him.
Nice to see your pets, hope the herbs thrive and don't get nibbled by hungry kitties.
Lovely shots of inquisitive cats!http://rinklyrimes.blogspot.com
Alan Smithee is allergic to cats, though they are adorable.
That is some dog!
I love the mirror image of the cats
cute cats...it is not easy to grow herbs.but you have done a beautiful job!
nice pics...so what all is in your herb garden....our cat is 11 years old...
Cute photos. My Theme Thursday is HERE .
I CANNOT tell you how much I LOVE the name Frank for your cat!My cats eat our herbs!
Hey ! It's my backyard. Oh, a cat.. Maybe not then. Nice herbs, mine are tinny tinny, just plant it last week.
hope humans, dog, cat, and herbs are surviving the HEAT
Was getting back to blogging part of the plans? Hm? :)Although I'm not one to talk, I know...
Wow that's a lot of nice herbs!
A cat named bear. I love it. I had a Saint Bernard named Bear so it is amusing to think of that as a cat's name. Remus is adorable.
A post on the joys of hot water? I hope?!?
They're beautiful cats and I'd love to have a potted herb garden one day (when I have a garden):-)
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