The Big Piney Woods Cats

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Gardening

The Mom picked a bouquet of daffodils yesterday. They are so pretty, all yellow and springified. She got all the cowpies spread and she is now starting to plant. She is always moving things...she plants them one place and then next week, or next year, she moves it somewhere else. Unproductive, if you ask me. The only moving I do is from one chair to another, or from the food bowl to the window. The Furless Ones need to be more observant, they could learn a lot from us!

Patches

Posted by One Of The Girls at 7:05 AM

16 Comments

  • Blogger William posted at 6:53 AM  
    Do you get to eat them?? They sure look tasty!
  • Blogger The Meezers posted at 7:47 AM  
    those flowers look delicious. does mistrie soopervise the outdoor activities? - Miles
  • Blogger Gemini posted at 7:58 AM  
    i'd like to rub my nose in them until it gets all yellow. She needs leafy stuff with them to be tasty enough for me!
  • Blogger Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 9:17 AM  
    That's called conservation of energy and no one does it better than cats. humans have a lot to learn.
  • Blogger Boni posted at 9:42 AM  
    I've about given up on training my beans to be observant or "conservation of energy." Grandma's particularly bad with the "conservation of energy" thing. Those are real purrty flowers tho!
  • Blogger brandi posted at 10:49 AM  
    Mama loves what she calls daffydills. She also loves tulips and roses. But "daffydils" are really spring to her. No one on our block has daffydills yet.
  • Blogger George, Tipper, Max & Misty posted at 11:21 AM  
    Our Mom moves plants around every year, too. She calls them purr-any-alls. We think she should spend more time inside with us!
  • Blogger Beau Beau & Angie posted at 12:58 PM  
    Those sure am some furry bright yellow daffydills. Bet Mistrie really likes em. They can shine on her pretty face.
  • Blogger Zeus posted at 1:01 PM  
    The flowers are gorgeous! I "hypothesize" the cowpies are magical in origin and come from mystical cows.
  • Blogger Fat Eric posted at 2:10 PM  
    Pretty! Our big daffodils are all over now, except some of the little narcissus ones are still blooming. But the tulips and some other stuff are out now and looking pretty.
  • Blogger Victor Tabbycat posted at 7:10 PM  
    We has daffys and two lips now. Mom doesn't have enuf energy to do all the yard werk after her gone-all-day werk. She says maybe when she's atired, she'll be able to werk that hard.
  • Anonymous nikkirae posted at 9:40 PM  
    That we could!

    -n
  • Blogger Oreo posted at 5:30 AM  
    But what do they TASTE like????
  • Blogger DEBRA posted at 6:20 AM  
    Dohs flowers are beeauteeful!

    *ABBY
  • Blogger one of us posted at 4:16 PM  
    Those are gorgeous daffodils ~Poi Mom Jane
  • Anonymous Kelly Cat posted at 6:10 PM  
    Personally, I think that if you can't eat them, what good are they? But my human says to tell you they're "lovely daffodils." There, I said it.
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