Sunday, April 22, 2012

Natasha And The Flowers

I picked up a pretty bunch of flowers at the farmers market.



Uh Oh!  Here comes Natasha.



Why is she eating my flowers?  She has cat food.
Nothing is safe around here!


Silly kitty!




25 comments:

  1. The flowers are so cheerful! Natasha is gorgeous. My cats try to eat flowers, too. I have given up trying to have fresh ones in the house.

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  2. so ein wunderschöner blumenstrauß!!! und ihre natascha ist sooo süß!!! viele grüße aus deutschland von angie

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  3. Flowers aren't safe in our house either from our two cats, but that doesn't stop me. A lovely arrangement.

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  4. Very pretty flowers - lucky you took a pic before Natasha decided to eat them! By the way I think your new borders are very nice - I like the colour combinations you have chosen.

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  5. What a gorgeous bouquet! I would have more if it wasn't for my Boots!

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  6. Lovely photographs - cat is cute!
    Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

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  7. Lovely flowers such pretty colours. I love the WI for that. Bless your cat im lucky that my Timmy does't bother with my indoor flowers. dee x

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  8. Beautiful flowers!! Oh, what great photos!! KItties are always into something!! xo Heather

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  9. I had to laugh--we have 2 rascally one year old kitties who won't leave any floral arrangement alone! I've given up and now have an empty table where once my pitcher of flowers would go. I tried snowballs at Easter, and they ended up all over the floor. Guess I'll have to wait until they get a little older or my son moves into his own apartment!

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  10. I wish I could figure out why cats eat these gorgeous flowers. I miss having them in the house...No matter where I put them Reagan finds them. Smiles...Renee

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  11. It's so dear to see kitties sniffing the sweet smell of Spring flowers! Your curious Natasha is beautiful!
    I love ppopping in and seeing all the creative things you've been up to!
    Blessings,
    Carolynn..."Chenille Cottage"

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  12. Natasha loves pretty flowers too!

    xo,
    Danielle

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  13. Sweet kitty cat! Your roses a few posts down are amazing!!
    xx
    julie

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  14. The flowers are absolutely lovely! And I love the vase they're in. It looks antiquey. A lady at our farmer's market sold out of her fresh flowers right away...hers came in vases she'd collected, but they didn't look antiquey like yours. (Sorry, I'm not a cat person..so I can't comment on your kitty.) :)

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  15. Hello,
    Natasha wants just to enjoy the scent of the flowers. She look so cute.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  16. It's lovely to be able to grab a bunch of flowers this time of year!
    Very cheery, your kitty looks so mischieveous...she's just enjoying herself.
    Hugs Rosemary...xx

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  17. Our local flowers will not be at the Farmer's market for another month or more - so I guess I'll be happy enjoying your pretty flowers, along with Natasha.

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  18. What a beautiful bouquet of flowers! I agree with "nothing is safe" when you have cats in the house! I know my Stormy will leave nothing alone. She's into everything! But I love her anyway.

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  19. Thank you for your visit in my blog and the nice comments! the doll-baby things for Maileg I even knit and crochet! love all of angie from Germany

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  20. What a beautiful bunch of flowers, i love bunches like this one and so does your cat!!!!!

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  21. Lovely bouquet, lovely cat and the Dutch weather is ccccolder than it should be in April. Lots of showers, windy ... we long for some more warmth!

    Hugs, Carolien

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  22. I bet Natasha was thinking, how nice of her to pick me up a snack.

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  23. How sweet. Gorgeous pictures xx

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  24. Beautiful flowers,
    they are so so pretty
    and the pussy is cute too!


    Fiona

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