Saturday, September 17, 2016
Anne Hardman of Silver Spring, MD, is an orchid collector and works as a "label lady" at Brookside Gardens in Wheaton, MD. She shared: "Max adopted me at the Rockville Animal Control Center, a sick little kitty, maybe 6 weeks old. He in 10 years old now and still very shy. He is hiding behind my orchids and hoping that he isn't noticed. He has the softest medium-length bunny fur you could imagine."
Saturday, September 10, 2016
Rhonda Mahyuni shared photos of her new neighbor's cat. "Her name is Cheetah. She has one new sister-cat who she doesn't like (I think that's why she often hang around our back yard) and a do-gbrother, who she likes so much. Cheetah's human is just recently moved to our neighborhood. I found out that Cheetah is a farm cat, she lives outdoors/indoors. I love having her in our yard since there are so many chipmunks and rabbits here."
Saturday, September 3, 2016
Hans Hansen at Walters Gardens, Inc., in Zeeland, Michigan, USA, shared this hilarious photo of his nursery cat among the catnip plants. Rarely is a cat NOT photogenic, but Hans captured one of those scarce moments.
He wrote, "Her name is Fluffy. She is 4-ish years old and is the daughter of a farm cat that got brought into the display gardens. She is very, very friendly and will come and visit if she sees people in the gardens. They live in a shed during the winter."
Saturday, August 27, 2016
Here is another wonderful share from Hunter Ten Broeck, Co-Owner/Operator of WaterWise Landscapes Incorporated in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
Hunter writes, "These are our brother and sister cats Evinrude (the tabby) and Xena (his black and white sister). You might remember the previous two cats Taj (a Tabby) and Figaro (B&W) were very similar looking. They both died about 4 years ago. We remodeled our house last summer and in the process had to redo a lot of the landscape. I redid a smaller meadow which we just opened up (removed the protective fence) last weekend."
To see Hunter's other Cats in Gardens photos, go here:
Saturday, August 13, 2016
Saturday, August 6, 2016
Saturday, July 30, 2016
Natty Morris shared these beautiful photos of her cats and flower-filled gardens in Ontario. Canada. The kitty at the bottom is named "cow" for the black-and-white spots. You can find many more photos of her gardens (and cats) at the Flowers for Life public group page on Facebook.