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This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum delenatii within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Mahon ...here's the culprit -Pat Oh, he is adorable! Cheers, BD...
excellent form on this one.
HAHAHAH that is the cutest cat!! WOW!
He has "I LOVE eating flowers!" written all over his face!!
LOL. Louis is a cutie--and looks very well fed--orchids must be very nutritious! I'll look at the picture again, but sure looks like Pat is trying to strangle him! :-)
That is one FABULOUS cat he's enormous! Luckily mine has never shown any interest in any of my houseplants. I have loads of catmint in the garden, and all the neighbours cats! Judi
Louis is a little innocent cat... he has recently turned his attention to a Boston Fern
He's 8 month's old, and looks pretty big... my g/f was the strangler in the other pic... here's another pic of him now conquering her
Amazing, I don't see one bit of cat hair on her black shirt! My cat can't walk thru the room without hair all over my clothes.
He just loves plants! He was munching on a sporing fern tip I collected of Acrostichum danaeifolium (Florida Leather Fern), so now he is going for fern "delicacies" (rather than plain old Boston Fern).Originally Posted by Kerry
He was unfortunately declawed recently, so he won't be tearing up furniture. Declawing is really horrible, and cats can be trained not to scratch anything but their post or mat...