We have a new visitor to our yard and garden. I spied her sniffing some of the flowers. You see her?
She looks so much like our Yaffa. Except instead of a grey tuxedo, she has a black one.
I watched her for a few minutes, I saw her investigate the plants, the bbq grill, and grass. I wanted to go outside to greet her, but I've seen this cat around the neighborhood and she is very skittish. I hope she has a home and that she isn't a stray. I hope.
Last week we had unseasonably warm temperatures. It soared to 101F. Too hot too fast is what I say. You know who's the smartest kitty in the world? Whenever we have the A/C on, Sebastian finds a spot right in front. Hahaha. Talk about keeping cool!
We've been using the "diet" word around our house. I think one of the cats... uh-hum, this one needs diet food.
Here he is from another angle. We think he's getting rather large. I don't like to say the "d" word out loud in front of him, because he hates that word. But I worry about how large he's getting, he's quite the bruiser now. Does anyone know of any good tasty diet cat food I should try on Sebastian? He's very picky with his food, he doesn't like wet foot, only the dry stuff. Any recommendation would be greatly appreciated!
Novice urban gardener & beekeeper documenting my adventures in gardening in NYC. I garden by trial & error. My goal is to grow my own organic food, recycle & conserve.
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