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Sunday, March 21, 2004

Cavorting in the Catnip.

bevo (left) and bronte (right) taking advantage of their catnip patch. for some reason, darin always scolds me for letting them wallow in the patch. i thought that was why we planted it in the first place!

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We've planted it in past seasons and it never lasts long, mutilated or dug up. One friend of mine covers it with chicken wire to keep it from being dug up

Posted by: bill | Mar 21, 2004 8:26:41 PM

we haven't had problems with the cats digging it up (yet) but they are only allowed outside with supervision. the damage is done when they roll around in it and chew. however, the crazy plant is so big and vigorous now that it bounces right back, ready for more abuse the next day.

Posted by: erica | Mar 22, 2004 3:42:47 PM

That is some plant. I have a bird cage that I intend to put over my (not yet planted) nip patch. We have lots of neighborhood cats and the first one I planted lasted all of days...

Posted by: jenn | Mar 24, 2004 1:24:57 PM

Bronte is as cuddly as ever (does really cuddle with cat?!) hope to catch up with you soon Erica. Just heading to lunch (at the office today) i am still off every other Friday.
ciao
Gil Perales

Posted by: Gil | Mar 26, 2004 11:24:39 AM

Adorable. They seem so happy there!

Posted by: orchidophile | Mar 27, 2004 4:25:30 PM