11.19.2009

Gardening Cat


My great friend Jonesie from Cory Cat is a Master Gardening Cat and has started the Society of Feline Gardeners for other gardening cats. I was so excited to join. Jonesie let me in of course, but I think she might have wondered what I would be gardening in my desert oasis.

We have some plant life here at the house of the pointy rocks. Here is a little fella at the back of the yard. It takes a lot of bravery on my part to cross over to inspect his growth, but a desert garden cat does what she needs to.

Smells right, good job.

I'm not completely pleased with this little plant as you can see here.


I'm not too worried though, I know it's doing it's best.

25 comments:

  1. Now that you're an official Garden Cat, we know you'll get those plants all put into shipshape fashion like they should be, Finny!

    purrs and hugs,
    The Kitty Krew

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  2. Looks like you grow rocks in the desert, Fin!

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  3. Maybe that last plant needs a few well placed NOMS to get back on track?

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  4. Just don't let any cactuses...or is that cactii...hurt you Fin! It's takes extra skill and talent to Garden in the desert.

    Purrs, Jonesie

    Don't worry Finny...I'm here too!

    Head butts, Cory

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  5. Nice job on the gardening, Fin. Even the desert cactus' need love! Just watch out for your delicate toes... those rocks look kinda sharp!

    mew,
    Katie & GG

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  6. Perhaps yoo should fertylise it! Tee hee! Actually, I'm impressed that yoo gotted it to grow in the desert.

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  7. We likes your desert plants. ~S,C & F

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  8. Oh, I wonder if I could be a gardening cat! I have my parsley pot to take care of you know.

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  9. Dersert garding is a special skill Fin!

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  10. We know that garden will be flourishing with your attention. You have to work extra hard to get things to grow in the desert.

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

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  11. That pot plant will have to try harder after that look Fin!

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  12. Your 'not pleased' look is simply adorable, Fin! Actually, we think our mom is so infatuated with you that she thinks anything you do is cute...I definitely agree with her.

    Samson
    xoxo

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  13. It must be very hard to garden in the desert. Love that last expression!

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  14. You are doing an excellent job getting your garden to grow in the desert. We have heard that talking to them helps too.

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  15. We can see that you too are a master gardener!

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  16. Fin, you're gardening under extreme conditions for sure. More merit for you! Mom loves agaves but has killed three already by not taking them in early enough in Fall.
    Happy Gardening,
    LSIF & LSIHF

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  17. What a wonderful idea. Can your cat pick up leaves? I am sick of them making my garden look like a tip. I dont like using leave blowers but I may have to resort to it. Great blog

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  18. Good job, SIF! I love that last photo of you, such expressive eyes!

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  19. Fin, it looks as though you like the plant well enough, but the vase has got to go!

    Paws 'n Claws,
    Rupert

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  20. You're doing a great job. And we know that you have to conserve water in the desert.

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  21. It's very good of you to check on the health of all the desert plants. I'm sure you'll tell your mama if any remedial action needs to be taken. Good job, Fin!

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  22. Fin: I like you inspect the plant life. Gives me ideas to check out ours, except I'm scared to go outside!

    Noir

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  23. Fin, both your plants look good to us - we don't really have a gardener in the family. So we are very impressed with your plants in the desert.

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