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Catching up: Money, Building, Pause, Visitor

More catching up. The first is not in the chronological order of the prompts, but as it's linked to "pause" I'd wanted to put it here.

Visitor

We've been to a nursery some time ago, where a beautiful Siberian Forest Cat kept watch over the visiting clients, making sure nobody stepped on beds or so. *g*

Pause

In the same nursery, the resident old male taking a well-earned break on some creeping phlox. We don't know about his job there, though.

Building

These are a collector's item on the local Christmas Fair; small ceramic building tealights to recreate a pre-industrial village. They look very pretty when lit, although my mother-in-law whose display this is just keeps them all year round without any lights.


Money

Searching for a not-coin-or-bill-related pic I came across this one: the display of veggie breadspreads at one of our supermarkets, taken as a reminder which ones are to be had where. And since the price tag is below them, I'll hope they'll do well for the prompt. ;o)

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Both cats look very diligent at their respective jobs.
Aren't they adorable? Shop cats/ pets are terrific!
What an exceedingly handsome cat that first one it.
I suspect the other one should really not be asleep there *g*
My husband was taking his time in that nursery, so I had a lot of time to observe and later talk to the young son of the owner, who was eager to share the story of the cats. They're well-liked everywhere (there is also another Siberian male), and the creeping phlox where the sleeping cat lies sells particularly well to cat owners. *g* TBH I considered buying some of it myself, but we don't have a place for it at the moment.
The elderly cat's job is clearly to keep the plants safe!

I love the buildings - and the money pic is a brilliant response to the prompt.
I think the importance of pet's jobs in general is highly underestimated. *g*