We’ve been really busy this month…testing human’s trial and error recipes. Don’t worry all has been well and we’re still here barking.
The weather has been too rough to join Llanberis Tidy Village litterpick group on Sunday mornings so we stayed close to home and went on lots of short litterpicking walks and did quite a bit of tiding up the garden when human wasn’t at work.
There’s still a lot to do in the garden as usual. More mole hills have appeared but then the soil is used to start new plants in pots. We’re hopefully going to get a trailer full of chipbark soon, as the rescue chicken have been scratching the borders over the winter in search of insects and to do their funny scratching dance.
Did we mention that absolutely love going with Human to the fencing place to collect chip bark? Even though we stay in the car, we just love looking out of the window to see if we can spot any of those pesky grey squirrels. We did have some grey squirrels in our garden to chase, but one of our rescue feline siblings aka The Boss, caught it, ate it and left its tail on the council green wheely bin and it’s head on the front step. We’ve never heard human scream so high, suppose it didn’t help that the head was staring straight at you with its mouth open as the front door was opened. We no longer have grêt squirrels but we now have lots of noisy seagulls.
Anyway back about the recipes! Our favourite was the Pero Cottage Pie
Beef mince from the Butcher
Carrots and potatoes from the local farmer
Pero biscuits soaked in hot water to make the gravy
As you see from the photos, we basically scoffed it all but human left a plate full for the cats.