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Photo gallery of Fugz the Farmcat, 2010-2012.
by Kollibri On December 27, 2012, Fugz the Farmcat was hit by a car and died. From the appearance of his injuries, it seems that cause of death was head-trauma, so he likely died very quickly, if not instantly. He was slightly over two and a half years old and was initially survived by at […]
Catnip, Official – seed packet – $2.49
(Nepeta cataria) Short-lived hardy perennial in the Mint Family. Beloved by many a cat for its stimulation, and by many a person for its sedative effects. Grey-green, slightly wooly foliage. Spikes of speckled white musky flowers, to five feet high. Planting suggestions: Sow directly in the garden in early Spring, or in flats to transplant. Protect […]
Photo gallery of Oscar de la Rentoes and Durga, two kittens fathered by Fugz the Farmcat, at their adopted home in Portland. Oscar departed this world the day after his father, on Dec. 28th, 2012. He is missed.
Mauzers, also known as Murphy and Mister E., of Brookings, Oregon.
By Kollibri terre Sonnenblume “Of all God’s creatures, there is only one that cannot be made slave of the leash. That one is the cat. If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve the man, but it would deteriorate the cat.” (Mark Twain) The worship of cats by the ancient Egyptians is […]
Photo gallery of cats we have known and loved, in and around Portland, Oregon, when we were urban farmers there.
On Labor Day, we found four abandoned kittens on a gravel road in the country near our farm. They swarmed the truck and we could not drive away safely without putting them in the truck with us! They were sniffly, with runny eyes, and fleas and mites. Two were adopted right away by friend in […]
(Solanum lycopersicum) Perennial in the Nightshade Family, native to Central America, grown as an annual outside the Tropics. Sprawling indeterminate vines in multitude, to at least 6′ long. Generous clusters of fruit mature in sequence towards the tip, providing continual daily harvest during the season. “Zeus” is of a much-appreciated lineage of “compost pile cherry […]
Calvin, of Prosperous Calico & Calvin Garden, gets some luvin’ from Farmer Nikki.
Cricket, of Zeus & Cricket Garden, enjoying Catnip (Nepeta cataria) in its full bloom.
Furdi showed up at Zeus & Cricket Garden near the end of July, when the Catnip (Nepeta cataria) hit its fullest, muskiest flower.