Monday, November 2, 2015

Butter wouldn't melt in her mouth...

... but before & after this picture was taken, Lucky was chewing on my beautiful roses & pulling off the petals.

She looks the picture of innocence, doesn't she? Well, I know better! I'd call her the phantom Rose Nibbler but she doesn't even try to hide her evil tendencies.

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  1. I'm defending Lucky. If you leave such tasty looking roses within paws reach, well then what's a hungry cat to do? Ginny

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    1. But she's not hungry! Maybe I should start serving dessert?

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  2. Our late, great cat Echo used to neatly sever the heads of any tulips I brought in. Only tulips. I'd come down to a vase of stems surrounded by all the heads. Lucky looks like she could get up to some serious mischief!

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    1. Aren't they odd? Lucky never eats any other flower, only roses. Maybe it's the scent? Phoebe never goes near the flowers.

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  3. Lovely shot. She does look like a seasoned criminal there. :p

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    1. I don't get many photos of Lucky so I couldn't resist this one. I usually take my roses in to work so I can enjoy them unchewed but I've had a long weekend & wanted to pick some roses.

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    1. Are all cats evil? All I do is try to please her & this is how she repays me!

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  5. We talk about being as innocent as a new-born babe, but perhaps we might consider being as innocent as a guilty cat.

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    1. Oh there's nothing so innocent-looking as a cat that knows she's done something wrong!

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  6. Whoever said cats were inexpressive?

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    1. Not me! Lucky & Phoebe have no problems making their feelings known & I'm sure your three are the same, Diana.

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