Cute Overload :D
“Here’s Maceo (pronounced May-see-oh) helping in the garden.”
“Here’s Maceo receiving instructions on how to behave with new plantings.”
“Which he promptly ignores… ”
“He discovers his real interest…” (Tag on plant says: Catnip.)
“This was followed by quiet barfing in a private shady place.”
“What a great morning!” Cheers!” -Alden C.
Okay. I cannot even begin to say how much I love those pictures of that cat. That’s all I have to say. I can’t even express myself anymore about it.
I especially love him mphghghrmmphfing into the catnip. HI QUEENIE!
Hi Sweetheart, Theresa!
Yup yup. My cats discovered a bag in the kitchen the other day and I couldn’t figure out why everybody was acting stoned until I saw the ripped bag on the floor.
:lol: Stoned out of their furry little minds, huh? :lol:
Yes…what you said. Exactly right.
Sorry dude, you should know by now that if you have a cat, everything belongs to the cat. Maceo’s just letting you use his stuff.
:lol: Yep :lol:
Maceo is honoring his namesake’s sobriquet, the Bronze Titan – El Titán de Bronce (I am assuming his hooman is of Cuban descent…)
I was thinking Maceo Parker! Which makes him funky. :D
Yep! Me too.
A fine feline farmer knows his crops and works diligently. Obviously Maceo’s a good fellow, and with a little help from the ‘nip, he will keep the birds and rodents away!
I love the photo of Maceo snoozing in the catnip! Too funny!
I love that cat, he is a replica of my Rangoon… he just wants to help!
BTW: I hope they really like Dill, cuz they are gonna have a LOT of it… it grows big and it grows fast!
A cat who ignores his hooman’s instructions? Wow, that almost never happens. :)
What a happy cat.
My cat sneaks out occassionally onto the porch and just about bathes in the catnip too.
So Maceo is growing his own stash?
Hapeeeeeee Kitteeehhhhhhhh! (Sorry. Having a private catnip, smiley moment.)
‘quiet’ barfing? :D
Not my kittehs….
lol, you and the barfing again… :) :)
I have both – quiet and not quiet. Not sure which is better – to be aware of it, or to come upon it unexpectedly…:)
Reminds me of the neighborhood cat who used to help my Mom in the garden by rolling around on the freshly-planted seeds.
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