On Sentry duty

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On Sentry duty

Postby peterb » February 13th, 2018, 1:48 pm

Lately I've had a lot less trouble with blackbirds, all thanks to a fur ball finding a comfy spot on one of my benches. :hooray: :D There's an open spot further up the bench that gets lovely dappled light and she snoozes there for several hours a day
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Re: On Sentry duty

Postby Redsonic » February 13th, 2018, 8:32 pm

I can't say the cats near me are as useful. Constantly knocking seedlings over as they scale the fence, and trying to use my propagation trays as kitty litter :shock:
I love cats a lot, but they should be kept inside for the sake of our wildlife and neighbours.
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