Miss Kitty thinks bouquets of roses that arrive at the house are hers too. Especially if they have baby's breath in the arrangement. She loves baby's breath as much as catnip -- it's a good thing she doesn't try to roll in it!
Fortunately Miss Kitty adds to the charm and comfort of our home, so we're happy to share our flowers with her.
Wishing you a purr-fect evening,
I'm so glad you came by Rosehaven Cottage so I could come by and "meet" you and your kitty. Our kitty Dee Dee loves arranged flowers so much that we can't have them in the house unless they're way up high out of her reach (she'll still cry for them though). Yes, Lucy Maud (the littlest kitty here) is named after L.M. Montgomery so if you love her work as much as I do then we are indeed "kindred spirits". :)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by! And yes, I too love Lucy Maud Montgomery, the author!
Nice picture, I wish I lived at your house,to share your roses.ReplyDelete
woops have done it again, my blogReplyDelete
comment disappeared before I could send it. Anyway your have one lucky kitty having you to look after him or is it a her? I have a beautiful arrangement of star gazers ( I think that is what they are called.)on my table. sure helps to have some flowers smelling so sweetly now that mine have gone for the year. thanks to Brenda. Next year I am
going to try to raise roses again,I never really got into growing them but I shoud as thats
sorta my name Rosalie
Sorry Kitty I said is it a boy or girl when right in the letter you said it was a she. Miss Kitty, three wacks with a wet noodel for me. Call it a seniors moment.ReplyDelete
Hi, Miss Kitty! You are a lovely lady tortie... don't you wish those 2 little birds were real?ReplyDelete