Plant-a-cat

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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