Ursula the cat loves alstroemeria
Why do I comment on Ursula’s cat thinkies? Surely that’s unnecessary. Maybe even catural appropriation. You know she loves chewing on alstroemeria leaves and you know they are poisonous to cats. I’m just being a good servant by putting them on a high shelf. Maybe this is step one of curing her of alstroemeriaphilia, a common but dangerous affliction of British shorthair cats.Follow Write Into Life
11 thoughts on “Ursula the cat loves alstroemeria”
Living In the U.S. in Ohio I have never seen alstromeria growing outdoors as one of you past posts showed us. I love them also, one of my favorite flowers, though I doubt I would love nibbling on their leaves, poisonous or otherwise! Those are my thinkies….
The world appreciates your judithinkies, here and elsewhere
I always enjoy Ursula’s thinkies, and my cat Ziggy does too.
Ursula is as always spot-on in her tastes, although she shouldn’t be allowed to actually taste these flowers (which I also love, but not to eat).
Off-topic, Rachel, I received “How To Be Old” a couple of days ago and I am delighted with it! Pithy, comic, and serious altogether, it is a wonderful collection of poems, especially for those of us who are approaching the bonus years with some trepidation. Thanks so much for this book!
This was short and delightful. I enjoy reading about Ursula.
Could they be pen pals?
I’m glad. Thanks, Anne.
I’ve got to watch my step.
Haha. Love your catural appropriation.
I enjoy Ursula’s thinkies too – and alstroemerias. I’d like to give my chooks thought bubbles (or is that dangerous?) – but how do you do that?
these flowers are common just now