Jonesie, you are doing a grand job as "Head Gardener" - we are well impressed.
but how do youz haz a green thumb? :) you haz no fingers!
Jonesie, you are so right! Things need to be prepared to have the best gardening season ever. I am so looking forward to your advice on gardening! Although I fear that my equipment doesn't match yours (glares at the human) and we don't have a greenhouse. Sigh...Purrs, Siena
If I went outside today I think my tail would feesze right off! It is 2 degrees!
We need to push Mom to clean off the pool deck. She has to get her plants all ready for Spring!!Sniffie and the Florida Furkids
We are also looking forward to your advice, Jonesie. With mum around, our cat grass is in a constant state of terror, so we are hoping some of your skills and knowledge will rub off! :)
You got to stay on her, Jonesie...the beans can be lazy sometimes....
Jonesie, I can see you have your paws full there! Thanks for letting us know about your story, too. Harley can't have any more Depo-Medrol also because of the fear of inducing diabetes. His acne is related to his rodent ulcers which are all part of an immune system problem. His acne started as black specks, then almost overnight became red cystic bumps and hair loss!
Jonesie it's hard work getting those humans gardening in January. We like your human-leg-as-scracthing-post performance too. Soon be time for the pre-Spring garden clear up here - Gerry has been busy already, bringing in dead leaves and some slime which we think is made from dead slugs - yumWhicky Wuudler
Jonesie, you could really teach our mom a lot about gardening!So what ya'll planning on growing there? Some homemade nip?
You have that last part right... sigh.
Jonesie, You are a furry good snoopervisor!
Hahahaha...mom's leg=scratching post. Dat is a good way to get her moving.
Jonesie is doing well. Maybe she can come and give my SS a kick start.Hey Cory, why aren't you allowed out to laze in the garden or snopervise?
Put your paw down and get her to work. Way too early to start plants here!
Oh yes, we want to see beautiful flowers in your garden come Spring!!!
Snoopervising is exhausting work, no doubt about it! ;-)
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