Matted fur, when ignored, can do more than just make kitty lumpy. It can irritate the cat's skin over time and even cause skin infections. Turns out olive oil works wonders to remove these pesky matts from kitty's fur!
We're in full scale planning mode for Thanksgiving over here! Hubberman has purchased the turkey, I'm gathering ingredients for our side dishes, and I'm putting the finishing touches on the Thanksgiving decor around the house. I thought I would share our Thanksgiving "tablescape" (and the little helper I had as I was arranging things.) Hope… Continue reading Our Thanksgiving Table
My seeds came on Monday! The cat, however, is not a recent arrival. He just makes the photo more interesting and helps prop up the seed packets. Notice how pleased he is with me. I sorted through all the packets today, and went out with the kids to pick up seed starting supplies. In a… Continue reading Look What Arrived!
What a fun weekend this has been! Thanks to all who have dropped by Clover and Thyme to read about our feline leash training exploits. I hope you'll stick around for a taste of this site's usual fare - yummy recipes and goodness from the garden. Here's a little summary of my Friday: 7:00 a.m.… Continue reading Fluffed and Pressed.
Our family has leash trained our cat. I thought it might be fun to write a mini-tutorial on leash training your own feline. Thanks to WordPress for featuring this post on Freshly Pressed.