Saturday, December 22, 2012

Pet Pride: nope, not Lindy's fault

No, Lindy, you didn't do it. You didn't kill Mom's plant. I think she forgot to water it, that's what happened. Or maybe watered it too much, but that's actually rather hard to do to a fern.

Photos by Kay Davies
Posted for Pet Pride which is hosted by Lindy's friend Bozo,
and his family at their Pets Forever blog in Mumbai, India.

Lindy says, "Hi, Bozo, when I saw this plant looking so sad, I thought I might have bitten it, because I love vegetables. But no, it doesn't look dog-bitten, it looks misbegotten and forgotten. So sad."


Kay said...

Lindy loves vegetables? He needs to teach my granddaughter. What a good dog!

Patricia Anne McGoldrick said...

Kay, I have to say that my fern has also declined severely in the last couple of weeks. No our dog's fault either!
Sad it is to see the fern's leaves fall after it was looking great since September. I will look forward to the spring.
Maybe both ferns will revive once again!:)
Best for the holidays!

magiceye said...

Awww Lindy we know you are a sweetheart...

Woof woof
from Bozo
Pets forever

SquirrelQueen said...

Aw Lindy, we know you would never do such a thing to a plant. We, on the other paw, have destroyed a couple of mama's plants. Now they are sitting so high even we can't reach them. MOL!

Kitty Kisses,
Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew
Georgia and Adam

Mara said...

Oh Mommy! Making Lindy feel so sad because of something you forgot. That is not good. Lindy, I feel for you!!

My Ta said...

Lindy sei bellissima !!!!
E' sempre una grande gioia poterti guardare :)
Baci Myriam

cieldequimper said...

Hello you, and merry Christmas!

kaykuala said...

How sensitive can they get! They are more human than humans. Nicely Kay!


Dianne said...

don't worry Lindy, ferns bounce back
you're a sweetie

jabblog said...

Lindy, you're doing the right thing looking away from that poor plant - it's embarrassed enough;-)

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

You're so funny!

i beati said...

I love her blessed holidays

The Chair Speaks said...

Lindy, we think it's the cold that did it as ferns prefer warm moisture. Soon spring will be here! Purrs!
Merry Christmas!

Gattina said...

Lindy maybe you have a green paw ! and the plant would look better if you take care of it !