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Gardening

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Also some pics of her cats (sorry.. no idea if there is a Cat Thread.)



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@scotnadian - What lovely pics of LB's Japanese garden and the cats (and, no, there isn't a cat thread)
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Caz
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WOW Margaret....your new garden is fantastic! I especially like your Buddha and the lighted elements and the plants are wonderful too! Yep....you've done a great job there and the added bonus....no more lawns to mow!  hug
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Caz
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Linda.....you're an angel! hug
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Yes Caz she is an angel I'm useless on my computer can do the basics but thats all. Glad you like the garden it will be lovely when spring comes. Got kots of azaleas, acers, and camellia's. It is more manageable as you say no weeding.
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Aileen the cats are 1st is Sapphire the baby, 2nd is Zorro he's a chocolate point and a big sook and 3rd is Sacha he's the one that got lost he's the oldest. They are like dogs they all follow me when I go upstairs to bed. They are very gentle and not at all vicious. They get a bad reputation since the film Lady and the Tramp but they are very affectionate.
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LB - I love the names you've given your cats, and they obviously adore you as much as you do them.  Unfortunately the only close encounter I ever had with a Siamese was a male one belonging to a friend and who would bite you at the slightest opportunity, but I don't know if this was just this particular cat's nature or if it was down to poor training.
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I suppose it depends on how you treat them. My children were never allowed to be rough with our animals when they were young. I can honestly say they never did. It's funny when I go upstairs to bed they all troop up behind me they are more like dogs and they all settle down around me. My first siamese was called Jerry (My son chose the name) he is buried in the front garden under the big siamese statue. He died when he was 13 I fell in love with the breed. That's why I have the three they are company for each other.
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I think how you treat animals is very important LB because I've heard that Rottweilers can actually be gentle, loving family pets, although given the bad press they've had in the media and elsewhere, a lot of people see them as being dangerous, which they can be if badly trained.  I did once meet a Rottweiler, and she was adorable; on the other hand I did have a male neighbour who had one and he really wasn't a dog you wanted to go near to!
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