After yesterday's post, I'm sure you are wondering. As rule abiding members of the Society of Feline Gardeners are you asking yourself? Did I, Jonesie Marie, give out the super secret password to the Society?
I can't be in the garden 24/7. When it starts to get dark, I'm an inside girl. So...we have 2 shifts here. The day shift...the one I blog about. The night shift...the mysterious dark side.
So once I am safely tucked inside, all the critters that call my garden their home, come out to play.
I prefer seeing them on mom's new candid camera set up. I really don't want to see Rocky Raccoon or Pepe Le Pew up close and personal.
I know I have to share my garden, and I'm ok with that.
I'm a generous girl.
Do you have to share your garden?
I think it's very nice of you to share. But we are glad you're safe inside when your visitors come around.
I don't mind the squirrels that come by - and Binga LOVES squirrel TV! I am not so thrilled with the couple of cats who have stolen some of my catnip on occasion!
Jenna shares her patio view with the birds, a squirrel and a rabbit...and that's just what I'm aware of!
Well yes we do, we see some of the wildlife we shares the garden with, but we leave them alone and they leaves us alone.
Well I don't really have a garden. I do have a balcony though. Sometimes I share it with morning doves and sometimes with squirrels. Most of my leaf friends are gone now. I guess that means the big white blanket is on it's way.
; ) Katie
No intruders should be able to get into my garden because it is surrounded by a high fence. I quite like the mousies that come to visit though.
Oh yeah, we share our garden with squirrels and bunnies and the occasional vishus deers. And then there's the neighbor woofie, Tammy, who always comes in our yard and leaves us some pee mail.
We share with birds, and lizards, and the Rude Neighbor Cat who whizzes on our catio door!
Yep, we have a night shift here too. We have seen raccoons, possums, rabbits. But never a skunk!
We think it's smart of you to stay inside at night, Jonesie. We aren't allowed outside, so we trust the squirrels, bunnies, birds and deer to take care of our garden. :)
We has a Mr. Bunny who visits our yard. We likes to watch him on our cat television.
It's good the other critters don't come out in the day time. We don'ts think they would be furry furiendly!
Sasha, Sami, & Saku
We are with you about getting inside before dark. TBT says thats when the OWLS come out!
why yes Jonesie...yes, I certainly do. ANd of course I am never out in it in reality...I watch from my large viewing screen window...but at night...I have had to snarl and growl at skunks and raccoons who have wandered into my yard
Oh my COD. We have stinkers and possums and Rockies. They too, usually, come out only after dark. Mom tries to always make sure we are in the house before dark. We really wish they would move to someone else's yard. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo
We loved seeing your garden night-watchmen! We have a raccoon family (three generations) and a possum who share our backyard at night.
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