Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Pops' scary new plant

Pops got himself a new plant recently... and it's scary! It's a small plant, but it's got all these scary mouths with big teeth! Pops named it Lilith, and he said that it lures smaller things like bugs in and then crushes them with its jaws. If you see the picture below, it managed to catch a cricket! Luckily the cricket escaped though...

Lilith the bug-eating plant

I'm going to stay far away from it. It's smaller than me, but I think it can still bite my paws or something if I'm not too careful. Actually, maybe it can grow bigger and then trap the Evil Cat or those nasty stalker squirrels!

PS Khyra's eldest sister Kyrye just crossed over the Rainbow Bridge recently. She was 15 and a big beautiful Siberian Husky. Do drop by and offer some kind words.


  1. That looks really mean!! I hope it catches mosquitos!

  2. I've seen those plants before.
    They are cool, and mean looking!!

    Toby's Trainer
    SEGDI Raiser

  3. That plant is soooo scary!
    Stay away from it, please!
    Kisses and hugs

  4. Yeah, that's a scary looking plant. Hope it will grow big and swallow those annoying cats. Let us know if it's able to do that then we'll tell Mummy to get one of those plants too.

  5. Keep your feeties away from that thing! :)

  6. OMD what a horrible looking plant! Why on earth do you have that thing?! Be careful! It looks really mean!!!!!!!!!!!

    Hugs and Licks, Bruschi

  7. What a scary plant! I hope you manage to stay away from it.

    I'm glad that Tails is doing much better. I love the picture of him in the middle of the stuffies.

    I also wanted to say how cute your picture was with you on the Wall-E bench.

  8. Wow, that is one scary-looking plants. Don't get too close - it might grab your tail.

    Sad woos here for sweet Kyrye.

    Woos, Thunder and Phantom

  9. We can think of lots of things we'd love to feed Lilith, Sonic!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch


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