Kittaya in the Backyard

Kittaya Playing in the Backyard on a Beautiful Spring Day


12 Responses to “Kittaya in the Backyard”

  1. Beautiful backyard!!

  2. Kamala says:

    BEAUTIFUL! I am adding this backyard to my vision board. Thank you for sharing Indira garu.

  3. Swati Sawant says:

    Beautiful Zen garden.

  4. Deepika says:

    Cute kittaya! And that backyard is to die for! Good to see your post after so long Indira garu!

  5. Rajeswari says:

    Your garden looks great & Kittaya is very active. Missing your posts and eagerly waiting for your recipes.

  6. Andhraman says:

    Beautiful back yard. What are the vegetable plants. Obviously you don’t have deer problem.

  7. Indira says:

    Thanks all for your comments.
    Andhraman – No deer problem. Vegetables are tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, okra, mint etc., and you can find the full list here.

  8. weena says:

    Lovely and Lucky Kittaya… to have owners like you.The look of him shows that he is very well looked after:)
    Your backyard looks great .Lots to learn from your blog:)

  9. Linda says:

    Finally I have high-speed internet in the north woods, so I can see dear Kittaya play! Hope you are all doing well 🙂

  10. vineela says:

    Lovely garden Indira garu .

    Good to see kittaya too. i will show this to Akshay .

    Thanks for sharing this Vijay garu.


  11. Manu says:

    Hi Indira,

    I love your website and the recipes. Mostly I like the way you express and write your recipes. It’s as if you are standing next to me and guiding!:) very nice.

    I had a question for you – in the above video, I saw that you have plantain trees in your backyard. I just bought 2 trees and they are still in pots. They are about 3 feet tall now. The owner said plant them into the soil after winter. Can you give me some tips on how to grow them well like yours?mine are having some browning at the edges. I live in California ( SFO) and the winter is not cruel here but cold nevertheless. Thank you in advance.

  12. Swapna says:

    Your kittayya doesn’t have a tail? Reminds me of the cat at my ammamma’s place, was called ‘poteesh’ :). Poor thing lost her tail when dogs chased her, was healthy and content and had numerous babies for 14+ yrs. Used to wander and eat at all the houses in that street, we saw her when we saw her, playing with her kitties was a treat when she allowed us to touch them.
    Thanks for the video!

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