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Rubs are in order!

Rubs are in order!

Giving my newly adopted cat some quality "chest rubs"..
He just LOVES rubs of any kind and spread his paws during this "rub session"! Little Mystic just eats up any kind of rubs and never "times out" like a lot of cats do. He'll just lay there and absorb the rubs and petting for as long I can do it. What a great little boy! We just love him!

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how nice:) I have few 'adopted' pets when I was living in a countryside in Poland, they were always 'hungry' for my love and attention and a lots of petting....
and thank you - I have very good teacher at my course - I write down every single step she is showing us - then it's easier to do my own arrangement. The flower you are asking about it is Aconitum. That's a herbaceous perennial, good for semi shade and shade in my college gardens it can be found in so called North Border. It's tall about 1.2 - 1.5. It had grown very succesfully in my garden in Poland in a clay soil - and you have to be careful with this one - it's posionous (to some degree of course). But I like it - they mostly come in dark blue, but I have seen some different varieties as well.

28 Feb, 2010

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