Tasty Rudbeckia

I’m not the only one who liked this cheery bouquet.

Cinder Checking Out the Flowers

Cat sniffing the bouquet

Tasting the Rudbeckia

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2 Responses to Tasty Rudbeckia

  1. Christie Fouts says:


  2. Kristen Rigney says:

    I love that naughty grin. Our older cat Bamako loves flowers, too. She especially likes to eat roses and babies’ breath. (I have to be especially careful with Valentine’s bouquets from my husband!) She also likes carrots, but does not care for fish – too stinky.

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