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Meet the residents of Cosy Cottage

Here are the furry, feathered, finned and foliaged inhabitants of Cosy Cottage:

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Guinea pigs Loco and Blaze, pictured during their first ‘boar date’ in 2018

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Florence on top, Jemima, Dottie, Mabel and Ava on bottom

Chickens Florence, Jemima, Dottie, Mabel and Ava.

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Zebra Danios, pictured hiding behind the plants.

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Aloe veras
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Palm-style plant
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Peace lily, about 8 years old

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Regular visitors jack russells Teddy and Molly.

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17 thoughts on “Meet the residents of Cosy Cottage

  1. I have a Parlour Palm and three Spider Plants. I also have a pot with some Forget-me-nots in them. I am hoping they will flower this year.
    I do have hayfever, but having my green-leaf plants I seem to be ok with, but anything floral I should avoid, but my Forget-me-not have a sentimental value to them and I am seeing how I get on with this one flower plant when it does flower.
    I used to own a pet. A female cat named Miley. She was put to sleep last year in March, as she had cancer and was suffering at that point. The Forget-me-nots are what the vet sent me as seeds, with a pet sympathy card.
    Whether they will flower being in a pot indoors. But I am hoping and it would be nice.

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