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MoochNNoodles

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I think you are right! I guess its a type of succulent. And it is toxic to cats; but since Mooch can’t jump I wont worry. I think I have a good pot I could replant it in but no succulent soil.
 

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mini roses?
Really beautiful. What it is I don’t know. The leaves sort of look like some kind of succulent but that could just be the photo light. My next guess would be some kind of impatien.
 

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The leaves sort of look like some kind of succulent but that could just be the photo light.
The stem made me think succulent when I first saw it. Its fleshy and glossy. The leaves are thicker than most plants too. I don’t know how well it shows here but this leaf is ripped.
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That definitely looks like it. The thickness of the stems and the leaves in shape and thickness. I guess I need to buy the succulent soil. Maybe I should find another kind to try to grow while I'm at it.
 

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Just saw a biopic called "Walt Before Mickey." I'm an old animation buff, but I think anyone could enjoy it.

My favorite line-"Do you really think there will always be a Walt Disney Studios?"
 
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