I was working in the large vege garden.... I locked up the dogs and let Gus, Geraldine, the chickens and the cats out to help. Isn't Gus a handsome bird.
Lots of newspaper and pea straw was layered on the garden to keep it tucked up until spring planting.Worms just adore newspaper and it seems to bring them for miles - good thing!
Thats pink nose the sheep who is worming her way into my heart - I'm trying ever so hard not to get attached to her as it will end in tears - I know the sheep are raised for the pot. I really do know this but...she is rather nice.
Gus and Geraldine were great helpers stomping the pea straw into place.
Laura isn't silly...... She doesn't do dirty paws at all - she walks along the edges.
Majika does do dirty paws and likes to help out in the garden
Our cats are retired breeding cats and used to living in their runs, so much so that they never go far when I let them out and often they want back. Not the best photo of Laura here - shes just finished licking her self. Lordy prefers to 100% stay in his run and usually only walks to the wood pile and back. .
With Freya re-homed, Laura is back to being top cat again and all is well in the cat household. I can't believe the difference this has made.
Cinders is the happiest with Freya gone - Freya used to really deal to poor old Cinders.
I was happy working away in the garden with my helpers, thinking Lordy had put himself back to bed - but GASP ..... He had gone on a man cat adventure - The old fella had gone over into the neighbours paddock. I'm so greatful he answered my calling with his little lost meow and he came back when Abbey called. It was quite the adventure for old Lordy.
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