Thursday, May 21, 2015

Garden Thursday

Hello and welcome to Garden Thursday with Virginger, Glimmer and NNIT (No Name Introoder Kittie).

Yes, we are gaining another outside girl to join our ranks. We girls can take the big outdoors, unlike some mancats we have known!

Virginger: OK kid, listen up. Here are your duties. First, while our post is on Thursday, mum has lots of outside chores that have to be done on Wednesday night. This includes getting the trash and recycling containers out. Got it?
NNIT: Ummm, what containers are those Virginger, er, Miss, Ma'm, Sir?

Virginger: That big black box you were sitting on earlier, that one! OK?
NNIT: This one? Yep, it is sitting out by the street and I saw her put a big white bag inside of it.

Virginger: Good, you got one thing down. Now we also have to report on stuff that goes outside or that mum is working on doing outside.

NNIT: You mean like the stuff she brought home last night? The pretty colored things?

Virginger: Yep, that is it. 
NNIT: OK, she brought home a whole big thing of these flowers and this purpley thing, that says it is a lilac.
Virginger: Yep, that is what we need to know. But that means we have to stay on her so that this all gets planted in the next few days. That will require all three of us to keep after her.

Virginger: Not bad for your first time. Things will get easier as the summer goes on. Now is a bizzy time for us. Later we can just make sure she gets the lawn mowed.

Also, NNIT, we do have to find a name for you. A suggestion was made to call you Trudy. But we outside lady cats have names that end in ER.

Virginger
Glimmer
________er

So we gotta work on telling mum what your name is. Don't worry, we will get you a good one.

Thanks for visiting, Love Virginger, Glimmer and NNIT.


15 comments:

Sometimes, Cats Herd You said...

You're a tough teacher, Virginier, but it looks like the new kitty will know the routine soon.

Megan said...

It seems that NNIT is a fast learner. I thought Trudy was an excellent name, but if it has to end in -er, then why not just Truder?

Megan
Sydney, Australia

Photo Cache said...

How super cute these are.

Emma and Buster

da tabbies o trout towne said...

meolwoz two ewe V & G &..... ???

how bout clover...ore juniper...coz ya seem ta like flowerz...ore flower...ore even summer sinz her picked de name trudy...

ya noe round heer ya wood bee flounder ...which iz knot much two gurl lee....troo lee...

any way....heerz two a grate week a head everee one anda name will bee yurz soon NNIT ♥♥♥ !!

The Swiss Cats said...

You're a very good teacher, Virginier, and NNIT learns so quickly ! Purrs

Flynn said...

NNIT is learning fast, but she does have a good teacher.

Eileen said...

We bets NNIT is going to be a great addition to your garden. Now there are three of you to share the work!

Good luck finding the purrfect name.

Sasha, Sami, & Saku

The Island Cats said...

It's nice to add to your troops, Virginger.

Laila and Minchie said...

What a cute new member of your team!

Adeel Magma said...

wow, beautiful cats. i simply wants to hug them. fantastic one Adopt a dog

Kitty Cat Chronicles said...

You all are doing a fantastic job of helping out with the garden work. NNIT, you are a fast learner!

Colehaus Cats said...

Good to have a buddy around to show you the ropes, we always say. Beautiful flowers, beautiful photos!

The Whiskeratti said...

Wow, maybe Patrol Sgt Zuzu from Colehaus should do a conference with you. Y'all are tough!

Shaggy & Scout said...

Our mom mowed and planted her flowers pots today. You all look great outside, and Virginger is a good trainer.

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

Learning the house and yard rools takes some time...