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It's Finally Finished

Thursday, 21 May 2020
Hello Dear Reader,

I first mentioned the goal of re-vamping our little black cat's, Ninja, side of the house, back in January of 2019, I wanted to create a safe and inviting place for her to call her own. LH has chipped away at this project for the last year and a half and finally, it is finished. It wasn't really a priority to LH because, hello, fishing, is so much more appealing! I can't blame him, this project did involve some very heavy lifting and we did have such fierce heat over the summers of 2019 and 2020. I am so happy and grateful to LH that I can finally tick this goal off of our 2020 goal list.

Here's a little video of what it used to look like



And what it looks like now


Have a lovely day,
💚Fi

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1 comment

  1. Hi Fiona,

    I love Ninja's cat enclosure. Your hubby has done a great job.

    It might be an idea to have the lily like plants that are growing there identified just in case they could harm dear Ninja.

    A few months ago my son was very concerned when he found out that we had a few lily varieties growing in pots in our garden. He had done some research and found that lilies are a danger to cats and that all parts of the plant are very toxic.
    We have moved all the lily plants to the front garden to which our cats have no access.

    I have included a link to an RSPCA article and there is a lot of information online.
    https://kb.rspca.org.au/knowledge-base/why-are-lilies-extremely-toxic-to-cats/

    Fiona, I hope you don't mind me making this comment but as a fellow cat owner I felt I had to say something. I have been worrying about this since your post on Monday.

    Best wishes, Maria xx.

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