The extremely occasional blog of Colleen Lindsay, professional nerd, cat herder, publishing optimist, and sartorial tragedy.
Hee! I remember the first time Baby decided to try one of my homemade curries. She started licking the plate, slowed, got this horrible "What Have I Done?" look on her face...... And finished licking the plate.Seriously. WTF? My cat likes vindaloo!
serves him right indeed. maybe you should at least provide him with a saucer of milk to help with the "burn factor"
A friend of mine had a dog that vacuumed up anything dropped in the kitchen.One day, someone dropped a hot pepper. *slurp*The dog seemed fine--didn't complain, certainly.She just started to lick everything. The couch, the carpet, the walls, people's legs, the kitchen cabinets. This went on for well over an hour.Unfortunately, the dog didn't learn her lesson. A few months later, a younger member of the family "accidentally" dropped something else spicy, and puppy had to give the house another tongue o' fire wash and polish.
I remember when ants got into the house and ate their way through my chili pepper wreath. And then there were none.
Colleen,So...I know you like cat stuff, and today I just did my Cat Wrasslin photo essay that I've been threatening to do. If you've got time between all those queries...stop on by!http://www.joelleanthony.com
Haha! When my dog started simpering at my plate during meal-times, I'd offer him the chicken covered in spicy bbq sauce - he soon stopped.
PJ, I've done that with tomato beds. I surrounded them with Caribbean Red habaneros (and hotter peppers, when available), and somehow, some way, I didn't need to spray my tomatoes all summer long. :)Thinking about putting a lemon tree in the bed this time around, or maybe a fig. The edging, however, will still be peppers, at least until the tree can survive without Nature's Spicy Assassins.
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