Seed massacre

Somebody got in trouble at our house. Lee and I came back from town and we found a mess. There was dirt on the couch, dirt on Lee’s desk, dirt in our shoes, dirt basically from one end of the living room to the other. The somebody had gotten into my tray of seed starts and gleefully played toss and destroy.

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9 Responses to Seed massacre

  1. Ali says:

    Rut roh…. no treats for somebody! Sorry to hear about the devastation!

  2. Lynn says:

    Aggie!!!!! What have you done! I thought maybe it was one of the cats, but not Aggie!
    Cute pic of the bowl on her head! 🙂

  3. Jessica says:

    How did you know it was Aggie?

  4. Ron says:

    Bad, bad dog!

    She looks so guilty in the photo. 🙂


  5. lee says:

    Yes, definitely a bad dog. She had fun though!

    We knew it was Aggie, because when she plays with toys she pretends they are gophers and shakes them fiercely and throws them through the air and catches them. Edgar just lays down to munch on things. So, dirt on all flat surfaces in the room .. definitely Aggie.

    She didn’t get in trouble the first time, because we didn’t really catch her in the act (sometimes being a good dog trainer is hard), but when we came back down later she had silently grabbed another start and was munching on it in the corner. That got her in trouble. We moved the plants for good measure.

    We lost 15 small starts that were about two weeks old or so. The more mature starts are upstairs in the window, out of the reach of peat-munching dogs.

  6. Leigh says:

    In the literal dog house, eh?

  7. Benita says:

    Uh-oh! Man, someone is in t-r-o-u-b-l-e!!!!

    So, were any of the starts salvageable?

  8. lee says:

    Well, the 10 still in the tray survived. Any that were picked out of the tray were sprinkled around the room. I don’t know if I saw any actual plants amid all the peat.

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