Re(2): Dog eats tomatos

snipped-for-privacy@comcast.net writes:

Not just yes, but enthusiastically (and glassy-eyed) yes!
I keep the catnip plant in a hanging planter in the tree. My tomcat's favorite treat is when I hold him and stand beside the plant so he can eat some of the leaves. He absolutely loves that.
Last year, I made the somewhat unwise decision to set the plant on the ground for a couple of days . . . that was nearly the end of that plant. However, the cats laying out there and rolling all around, etc., was amusing.
I am thinking of planting some at the chicken pen to encourage intruding cats to linger there and catch any stray mice. A bird cage over the catnip plant will protect it while letting the cats savor its aroma and extruding leaves. Somehow, a birdcage protecting the plant seems more appropriate than a wire cage made for that purpose. Maybe some clever cat can figure out how to open the door and get more delightful catnip. <g>
Glenna

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    They may be too wasted to bother catching any mice by the time they are done!! Haha, how amusing would it be to see one of the cats next to the chicken pen, eyes rolled back in his head, with a mouse sitting on his forehead. ;)
Mark
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snipped-for-privacy@no.com writes:

LOL!!!
Thank you for that mental picture. Perhaps leaving the catnip in a pot hanging from the apricot tree branch is a better idea.
Wishing you a great day.
Glenna
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