Saturday, May 28, 2016

Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Black Cats...

Helen Sams of Alpharetta, Georgia, shared this adorable photo of her twin cats, Willie and Waylon. She says they, "enjoy lots of love and adventure."

"Waylon is my hunter and loves to play. Willie is my cuddle bug and talker. It's easy to tell them apart when I'm talking to them. The only distinguishable difference between them is the size of their balls. No joke 😂 they are totally identical otherwise."

They even have their own Facebook page: 

Country Outlaws Hiding in the Hosta
Helping Mom in the Garden with Little Girl
The Twins help keep the pests out of the garden.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Sedimentary Rock

Debbie Brooks of Creative Garden Spaces, is a landscape designer in Oregon. She posted this darling photo (above) recently on her Instagram feed (barefoot_gardener), where she shares gardening pictures. I had to know more about this relaxed feline who looks like he is sculpted in stone.

She wrote: "The grey cat is Rudy, he is such a character - he likes to play with rocks... and the tabby is June..she's just a sweet pea. She and her litter mates (4 other kittens) were found abandon so I took them in. I found homes for two of them. The others were adopted out through CAT Adoption Team. But, this one crept her way into my heart."


Saturday, May 7, 2016


Fellow garden writer, Wendy Kiang-Spray, shared this photo of her cat, Sassy, planting herself in a pot of grass. I think this look says, "Move along, dear, nothing to see here,"

We previously met Sassy in this blog post at -
You can read more of Wendy's writing at: