This is Me, putting my paw down! Mama keeps using MY blog to tell Her stories about her other son and her flowers!
Just so you Know
This IS my Blog!
My human brother Dan has 4 new cats in his yard. Mama says they are Feral's. I don't know that word, but you do, I am sure.
their names are Nobu in the chair and Mama, Mimi and Yuna on the sidewalk.
It seems strange to me, Dan already has a MAMA, my MAMA, so why does he have a feline mama?
Mama says she thinks he misses his mama being there and he misses the neighbor's cat, so now he is collecting Ferrals. He is checking into the Operation Snip!
Wonder what that means?
She asked me to tell you this little tree got flung against the house and survived after they repotted it and is now blooming like crazy.
This fern was flung by Ian against our front door. It survived, as did the dragon fly and is doing well.
Today we join Feline Friday and Nature Friday
Hurricane Ian sure was a mean part of nature.
Thank you! I love all the pictures.
A feral feline relative called Nobu?
So nearly a very magnificent name!
your bro is a goood peep... and we wish the kitties all da best.....
I bet those feral kitties know that Dan is a safe person so that's why they hang out in his yard.
Awesome that those plants are doing well after taking a beating from Ian
WEll, that confirms it, your hubro Dan is a total softy! Thanks for letting mum share these picks on YOUR blog, Beau. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Operation Snip sounds like a good thing for your Mama's "other son" to take part in, what with the precious ferals now coming to his house. I, however, am not going to be the one to tell you what that means, precious Beau.
Gotta say, Beau, you probably went through Operation Snip yourself once upon a time, but likely a memory best forgotten!
Not so sure he will want to keep all those ferals' - but the snip is a good idea. lol I am so glad that your plants are coming back Sandra. Joy. I remember photos of the red one before on your blog - very pretty!
Dan is a fine man your Mama raised him well
We know this blog is yours, Beau. We do like it when mom shares other things and those kitties are adorable and so are the flowers.
Thank you for joining the Feline Friday Blog Hop.
Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. My best to your mom. ♥
Beau, you're sure a funny fellow!
That little tree sure looks happy in its new environment. Pretty sure from the close-up that it's a spider lily ... just like those that appear every couple of years in Janet and Andy's lot seemingly from out of nowhere.
At first read we saw Mama, Mia, .... Operation snip sounds essential if your Bro Dan is going to become a surrogate home for ferals. Ferals have a way of multiplying. The Mama sure looks pretty though. paw smacks Mr T
A Powder Puff bloom! And I don't remember seeing your pretty Dragnfly, it is grgeous and just perfect! So, does Dan feed the kitties? What do his dogs think of them?
We are glad the blooms(and fern)survived Ian...yu are right Beaum, he was the mean part of nature!!
What adorable kitties Dan has!!
You don't need to worry about snip-snip...
I think your brother must be an extremely nice guy. He sounds so much like my nephew that always worried about everything.
Yes, Operation Snip is just what those feral kitties need. The flowers are pretty too. Hey Beau, we know it's your blog handsome dude!
Beau, we love seeing you and the Ferals you human bro Dan has collected. The Snip is a good thing! And we enjoyed seeing the green (and red flowers) that survived the hurricane! Green and flowers are terrific! We had a huge dump of snow early this morning. Its weight collapsed the roof struts and cover on the gazebo on the deck! Mom and Alex were going to take it down this weekend (its a 2 people job), but now they will have to take down the remains and get a whole new gazebo for next summer. Keep being awesome! Purrs Marv
Those kitties are lucky to have found Dan to care for them. We hope he is able to get them "snipped" so they won't make more kitties for Dan to take care of.
How great that those plants have recovered from that nasty Ian.
It is so nice that he takes care of these cats.
I'm glad your plants are doing okay after the hurricane.
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