Due to the age of my mower and the quality of my lungs, I can only mow my lawn in sections -- about fifteen minutes at a time. My yard is quite large, and with many obstacles, such as dwarf fruit trees, full-sized shade trees, raspberry canes, rhubarb plants, blueberry bushes, cherry bushes, rosebushes, spirea bushes, holly bushes, and assorted other bushes (none, that I know of, are from Texas, though). This challenging yard means that, quite often, a section gets to looking neglected.
Cats like this.
There is something both thrilling and comforting about a wild place.
AyeAye and Shy Sister have effectively taken over The Veldt.
I am afeard.
I hope I'm safe, sitting here in Mom's little neon. Safari can be dangerous.
Be sure to visit other wild (and less so) beasts, at Modulator's Friday Ark # 138, and, on or after Sunday evening, stop by the Carnival of the Cats for even more felines.