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(This is my FML, made an account after the submission...) plethora, orchids run about $20-30 and the cat had eaten ALL of it. Not just the flowers...stem too. So I don't think it's going to grow back. Orchids are delicate. :)

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(This is my FML, made an account after the submission...) plethora, orchids run about $20-30 and the cat had eaten ALL of it. Not just the flowers...stem too. So I don't think it's going to grow back. Orchids are delicate. :)

to show love for his/her mom..?

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Dude, it's a pot plant. It'll grow again.

At least the cat had an expensive meal.

(This is my FML, made an account after the submission...) plethora, orchids run about $20-30 and the cat had eaten ALL of it. Not just the flowers...stem too. So I don't think it's going to grow back. Orchids are delicate. :)

Why would you ever buy a $20 flower?

to show love for his/her mom..?

That sucks I'm sorry. On my birthday I came out to my cats systematically knocking budding flowers off of a potted plant my fiancé gave me for the occasion. Those cats became outdoor(instead of indoor/outdoor) cats that very moment. Indoor plants are expensive and generally take a lot of care.

Hungry hungry kitty?

Cats and plants don't mix. My cat used to eat grass and plants back when we had him.

She should watch the cat now, too - some orchids are poisonous... And ouch - I feel for you. I totally see my cats doing that.

If there's still a "stick" in the pot of dirt, there's a stem, and roots too.

#6, I think by 'stick' she means the stick that was holding the plant up, and that the cat ate the ENTIRE plant.

#1 Orchids only flower every few months. It's a pain when they get knocked off or eaten by pets. Specially if it only just flowered.

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so, just tell her that and get her another one

Goddamned Javascript! I clicked FYL but then it collapsed and I clicked YDI by accident! FML