When we put those planters up, we had best intentions. So had the Ziggy the cat. But her intentions were quite obviously different to ours. Growing cats? Well, it’s worth a try.

But in all honesty, this cat has a box fetish. The pictures we have of her in all sorts of boxes is hilarious. Big ones and small ones, even waaaay too small ones. 😉

Black cat in a wooden planter box
Ziggy in a box

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