" Princess - did you see those seeds up there? What do you think? Excited? Look good, huh?"
"RG - you see this thing by my nose?"
"Sure Princess - but why change the subject?"
"Well, do you think a rabbit would like this thing very much?"
"Uh - no - I see your point there. That is a cat toy."
"And those seed packets are to be loved by rabbits??? Psshhaawww ... Come back when you have a symphony RG."
Monday, April 19, 2010
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Well that should grow some tasty treats.. perhaps certain bunnies will be a bit more appreciative once they can smell the greens lol.
YUM, it looks like some bunnies are going to be having some awesome salads!
On the bright side, that chair has been getting a lout of blog time! Hef has a kitty toy but it is all plastic with a jingle bell inside.
Princess is such a critic. Very demanding lady. I guess you don't call her Princess for nothing!
Cadbury would like to add that seeds are fine and good, but it's what they grow into that counts, so start watering, RG!
Can't wait until that garden comes in. Those Bunns will have a delicious time, for sure.
Now as for the cat toy--that is exactly the kind that my bunnies like to toss around. Maybe they will change their minds.
We're going to try a vegetable garden for the first time this year, any tips?!?
Erin - plant seeds! =:<)
We get tomato, basil and cucumber starts from a nursery - maybe three of each. Everything else we do from seeds. I think you live where it is warm summers so water and watch!
Oh but Princess, Mickey LOVES toys like that--they're the perfect thing to toss around and show off with, almost as good as a pile of foil tart tins. He says cats shouldn't be the only ones who get to enjoy the fun stuff.
the rabbits here rarely play with toys...I have never had a rabbit that played with toys, I wonder if I have suppressed them in some way...better get cracking on that garden!!!!!
Such potent disapproval.
Be carefull with those packets RG!
Ankles had some packets like that.
She left them outside.
Birds pecked holes in the packets.
They ate the seeds out.
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