Pruning

Pruning
“I’ve moved the plant to the front window. It should do much better there.”
Kitten: “Inch by inch, row by row, gonna make this garden grow.”

53 thoughts on “Pruning”

      1. Nubia’s favourite plants are roses. So no more of those as present for my partner πŸ˜‰ we used to have an indoor rose that survived my rather blackened grren finger for 3 years before we took her in. Rose was eaten within days. She espeically loves lil leaf buds. πŸ™‚

      2. LOL. Have you tried orchids? Surprisingly they dont eat those. And amazingly the orchids grow ans bloom like weed. My thesis is still that the two pee in the pots while we are work to fertilise these orchids. Because my own skills to keep plants growing are rather… Welll… πŸ˜‰

      3. Nooooo! no more plants! I’m sure there is a cat in this house that will have an affinity to Orchids.
        It’s simple math;
        Large number of cats = Death to all plants.

        Tsuki: “Right! They bought a rose. Boris that’s your department. Orchid? gentlemen, everyone take a run at it. We’re bound to bring down.” πŸ˜‰

  1. Dang, that kitten is so adorable. I hope the plant was well digested, no tummy troubles?

    I have to look online for that Kitten Song you mentioned. Have you heard Garrison Keillor’s “Songs of the Cat” with about 16 songs in praise of our feline friends?

      1. That would be nice, since it all gets destroyed here, real or artificial. I am going to attempt to put up the Christmas tree and hope Marty doesn’t destroy it this year hahaha!

      2. I threw in the towel on the real living here where they always seem to dry out and loose all their needles, so have an artificial that he loves to climb in and I have to reset the branches in every day πŸ™‚

      1. Ivy is one of the more poisonous ones, that is why I sound so alarmed. You have quite a huge following – and I hope the message gets around, that quite a lot of house plants can be dangerous for our furry friends. I only grow grass here. No, not the one for smoking, cat grass – my cats are indoor cats.

      2. Quite right. People should be careful about house plants. At this time of year, Poinsettias are a holiday gift, but are quite poisonous to cats!
        My gang are indoor/outdoor cats, so they have their grass of choice and rarely eat anything that is not to their liking. But indoor cats don’t have that advantage. Cat grass is wonderful and easy to grow.

        When I was young and lived in an apartment with two cats, I would get disposable roasting pans and grow grass in those.

        (The only hard part is you have to hold the joint for them. :-D)

        Thanks for bringing this up. This is important for people who are just starting to share their lives with cats.

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