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Thread: My own little picket fence

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    Super Member Chasing Hawk's Avatar
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    My own little picket fence

    Kola has a bad habit of rubbing herself on this particular potted plant. She already broke off a leaf, tried to root around the pot and rub her chin all over the place.

    So my husband made me a little picket fence to protect it. I think it is too cool!

    He surprised me with the decorations on it.
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    I like it, nice decorations too.
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    How nice is that? He's a keepeer.
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    I like his "decorator" sense, makes all the difference in a "fence" or an "object d'art".
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    beautiful, elegantly done
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    What a great idea and I love how he decorated it! Definitely a keeper!

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    Fantastic fence! Such a brilliant idea.

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    Very nice!

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    Gotta love "ingenuity" when needed ! great idea and I have a cat who loves to investigate my plants .. Thanks ! :0)
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    I like it! I can't have plants -- my cats think they are to play jungle hunter and then sleep in them. The things we give up for pets!!

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    Never know what those guys will do next. Good reason for keeping them around especially if they do good works.

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    perfect solution and very cute too
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    That looks great.
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    HOPE it works !!
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    Sounds to me like he is a keeper, I love your little fence

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