June 19, 2014 The Story of Otto the Cat and the Chives….. by Karen B I like it here, it’s like a cosy little nest. But this spiky grass is getting on my nerves. Ah……..that’s better! Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
Oh, Otto–what a funny guy you are! I love this, Karen–so cute and so cat. One of mine pulls the same stunt in the middle of the coreopsis.
Thank you Kerry. I have grown Catmint this season, but have not planted it out yet. We will have to see if Otto is a Catmint junkie like your cat!
Such expressive photos, Karen. Good morning, Otto!
Otto would say “Hi”, but he is very busy sleeping!
Thank you for the lovely comment Cynthia.
Otto is such a cat. Great photos. You really captured kitty intent in this series.
Our last kitty went to cat heaven a couple of years back and I can honestly say that I don’t miss her rolling around on the herbs and digging up the newly planted seeds!
Otto is so gorgeous. Lovely photos Karen.
Thank you Pauline. I think he is a special boy too.
He is a big cat with a bad heart, sadly. The vet says he needs a new one, but I take care of him the best I can with medication and love.
The chives recovered!
Thank you for your nice comment.
Oh… How cute is that…
Thank you so much, I will pass the compliment on!
Any news on the new cat front?
Please forgive me for taking so long to reply. It could be something to do with the gardening meltdown I am having 🙂
Dora and Daisy, who you met have not really altered at all since you met them. It is a hard problem to solve. But Heathcliff, the man who runs the charity where the cats came from, agreed to find me another, FRIENDLY cat who the girls knew and who had been at their foster home. He found me Harry- the sweetest, cuddliest balck cat with short legs, a wide body and a big face. Harry almost always has his little pink tongue sticking out and he sleeps on my bed. The charity gave him to be and did not ask for a donation for him because they were so concerned and grateful that I had not asked to send the other two back, as others might have done, when they turned out to be a little challenging. How could I possibly send them back ?! And one day….who knows, they may decide that they can trust me. x x
Hurrah for Harry (and Heathcliff)! Oh dear, I;m sure your garden will be wonderful for the big days.