Cat-erpillar

Freshly de-lawned and cultivated, just a day later

Freshly de-lawned and cultivated, just a day later


The constantly increasing prices of food accompanied by the ever decreasing quality persuaded me to try it with some head lettuce (Lactuca sativa var. capitata), scallions and chile with some Hokkaido and zucchini (Cucurbita pepo) under the bushes. The two bushes to the left are red and black currant, Ribes rubrum and R. nigrum respectively. The other bushes are just flowers and are meant to hide the garden dump behind it.
If you look closer you might see some paw-prints overall and a larger area under the bigger currant-bush that looks as if it had been dug over:
A hole

See?


That was, as you might have guessed, the holstein cat, which I shall name from hereon: The Caterpillar! and will tailor a nice bright cape for it.
The Caterpillar!

The Caterpillar!


Pretending to sleep, hu?
HEY!
WHAT?!

WHAT?!


Uhm…never mind.

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