Monday, January 05, 2009

Ne'mind

I was going to enlist your help to see if, together, we could figure out what was causing the strange, mangled areas in my garden

exhibit A: the remains of my Japanese Iris


The obvious answer would seem to be GOATS but there have been no recent Great Escapes

It doesn't look like 'roo damage
... or bunnies
... or possums

but I think I may have worked it out:

13 comments:

Ino said...

:D too cute!

Warty Mammal said...

Snort!

Lynne said...

Yes, I completely understand! Out cat likes to hide in the liriopes and sleep! Sometimes he fool us because he plays 'pounce' on anyone walking past!

sue said...

Oh no poor you. I totally understand. Our little kitty likes to sleep in the garden pots and squash all my plants. Our tom cat likes to break the stems off my kangaroo paw so now it has no lovely flowers on it left. Is there a way to stop them doing it at all.

Sue said...

Those photos are so funny! Gotta love animals!

Sooziii said...

At least your garden infestations are cute and cuddly.....

Sheepish Annie said...

Hmmm...I'd say you've solved the mystery! He looks so happy there. It would be kind of hard for me to move the poor fella...

Sarah said...

That's funny!

ozjane said...

Oh Bear......what do you do there?
Bad bad, even if cute,little Bear'

And then again...what cat is that?
Shamelessly hogging Mum's garden space?

catsmum said...

I'm not surprised that you can't identify the upsidedown feline, Jane - it's MissC

Kate/Massachusetts said...

lol! Too funny!

Alwen said...

I did not know dogs grew in pots! :D

Is that a southern hemisphere thing?

Tracy said...

Wow Bear does look like Scruff :) Thanks for stopping by the blog. Nice to meet you.