Help in the garden

Normal service will be resumed tomorrow but I was taking the photos for my weekly Garden News pieces yesterday and we decided to have Mia out with us. It is not a brilliant idea because her movements around the garden a completely random, as is defined by Brownian motion, and it is impossible not to lose her now and then – and she is not allowed out on her own. But when it came to some seed sowing she just couldn’t keep away. Perhaps it was the rattling of the seed packs.

And for those of you who don’t like cats – no she didn’t poo on any of them!

One Comment on “Help in the garden”

  1. Thistles and Kiwis
    June 15, 2021 at 8:12 pm #

    Beautiful cat! They are such gorgeous creatures.

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