Thursday in the Garden ~ Dedicated to Annie

We are dedicating today's gardening post to Annie. She went to the bridge yesterday and will be missed very much in the Cat Blogosphere, but most of all she will be missed by her family. Please stop by Fuzzy Tales and offer them some purrs of comfort.

Our Oregano is still doing well. We will have to remember the Greek does better then the Italian. We do not know why.

The Fennel is doing well too along with the Curry. We had Daddy put some birdseed in the feeder for our feathered friends.
Spring is on the way our Forsythia is blooming.




The Carolina Jasmine is blooming too. We thinks both these yellow flowers are very cheerful and are perfect for welcoming  Spring to our neck of the woods.

We are headed over to Jonesie's now, please come along with us and see what she and Figaro have been up to.

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  2. ): I hate to read about when one of us leaves us fur the Rainbow Bridge, but it's a relief to know that there is no suffering fur them.

    I'm heading over to Fuzzy Tales to send them my condolences.. Thanks fur letting us know.

    Woofs,
    Pepsi

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  3. *Thank you* for the dedication to Annie.

    (((Hugs))) and kitty kisses.

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  4. Sorry to hear about your friend. :( Ah, the first spring flowers look lovely.

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  5. We didn't know Annie, but we are seeing today how special she was to a lot of our furiends. Soft woos to her family on their loss.

    The garden is coming along. Forsythia - Mom sighs and wishes it were in bloom here and that the ground would dry up - so there would be no more muddy feet:(

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  6. We are sad about Annie too.

    Your blue sky is amazing!!! It makes me long for springtime.

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  7. Awwww what a wonderful post for dear Annie and mum Kim!! Me and Charlie are very weepy about Annie! :-( Your flowers and signs of spring blooms are just lovely - yay for you dad for feeding the birdies too! Take care
    x

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  8. You garend is looking great. Yep, we are all so sad about sweet Annie.

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  9. We are going to miss Annie so much!
    Your spring garden is lovely...it looks full of promise.

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  10. We are so sad as we will miss Annie a lot. She is out of pain now and running free at The Bridge, but we feel for her mom....and are purraying for her mom.

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  11. We are going to miss Annie a lot too.

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  12. We dont have forsythia blooms yet, but we got a crocus!

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  13. this was a beautiful tribute to Annie because plants represent life going on and are a living memorial to those we love. Just beautiful. Our hearts broke when we heard the news.

    Your garden looks amazing! Spring is definitely there, please send it here!

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  14. Beautiful flowers and nice dedication to Annie. Hugs and nose kisses

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  15. We didn't know Annie but we send prayers to the family. Losing a furkid is so hard. That is a very nice tribute to her too. Lots of love, Holly and mom

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  16. Poor Annie and poor Kim. We've sent our purrs. Thanks for your purrs this week. Au ate again so we're hoping he's on an upswing. We really appreciate your support.

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