Sunday, May 07, 2006

Garden vs. the cat

Way behind this year, but slowly getting seedlings and seeds into the ground.
The cat, like all cats, would like to lay on top of them.
I think seeds and seedlings produce heat which attracts the cat.

Also, globally cooling can be affected anytime I even think
about planting my tomatoes.
Cold air is attracted by tomato repots.

Our cat does not dig a lot in the garden.
I think he's pooping in the business building garage next door.
You go, cat!

If the cat lays on the garden, he also provides heat
which helps the seedlings sprout.

It's a fine line between cat and cat nip.

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