Friday, May 23, 2008

Lets Demolish the Catnip and Elvis Has a Bath

These speak for themselves..........


So far the catnip is holding up fairly good all considering, but I think I really should have bought more.

I don`t know what Elvis has been into, but he smelled unbearable. Hubby put him in the tub. Poor Elvis LOL...


Lots of dirty water and mucky splashes and ring around the tub! Massive scrub and clean duty for me afterwards.



Good boy, Elvis. Here`s a nice chew bone....

All nice and fluffy and smelling much better....

Still working on the garden. Did some planting and need to finish burying the bricks yet....

18 comments:

Christy said...

I enjoy your Blog. Yes cats do have their way on things. Gardens are always an ongoing project. But fun and worth the effort.

Beth said...

Cute kitties!! Nice site :)

Julie said...

Hi, Tea,

We have similar pictures of Penny in the bathtub. They share a similar expression which I would call sheepish.

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PG said...

Poor old Elvis, he has a hunted look in his eyes! But then, he doesn't have a pot of lovely herbs to chill out on!

Katherines Dream said...

Poor Elvis...love his name! Bless him, he looked so sad in the bath. Which reminds me my Harry needs a bath!
Take care, and happy digging.
Carol x

UKBob said...

Hi Tea, I know that smell! Tippy always used to be rolling in something at the farm even though she knew she would be in big trouble and a bath for it. Thankfully Tommy never has because I don't know what we would do with him as he hates the bath. He isn't the sort of dog you can force to have one either. He will stand all day in a freezing cold river but show him a nice warm bath and he's gone. Bob.

tash said...

Bless those animals! I'm not sure what's in catnip but it certainly does something for cats - and as for Elvis, tell him he's not alone, as we had to do the exact same thing to G the other day when we decided she needed a bath.

Emperor Ropi said...

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Jacran Cottage said...

Poor Elvis, doesn't he look sorry for himself!

Do you think we've seen the end of the cold spring yet? It was quite cold in the house when I got up this morning, and when I got to work they had the AC on?? Crazy!

Tricia said...

Love the last photos of Elvis!! That face is so precious! Don't you just love how dogs smell after their baths!! Lulu needs one!
I'm busy in my garden too, planting annuals and cleaning up. Wish I could get around to starting a vegtable garden!
Love the cat with catnip photos too!

Holly Loves Art said...

What a wonderful blog you have here! Love all your sweet animals... all are adorable!

Take care,

Holly

Saur♥Kraut said...

Awww! I just want to give Elvis a big fat kiss on his nose. AFTER the bath, of course. ;o)

Deana said...

I planted catnip seed this year and can't remember where...I keep hoping the cats will find it and I will figure it out! Great pictures.

The Thrifty Blogger said...

Nice pictures! :)

Rowan said...

L love these photos of Elvis having a bath - he looks so resigned and miserable:) I hope he had a really big treat for being such a good boy.

judypatooote said...

LOL....poor Elvis.....oh the smell is too bad to forget, for my sons dog Buddy rolled in something that was the worst smell ever...so guess who got a call to pick his baby up?..... judy

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