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Chez Herd is protected by the strongest Homeland Security led by Security Chief Kiska. With the Queen convalescing, Kiska is taking her security role very seriously and sounding the alarm at the slightest movement outside the perimeter. When her alarm sound was stringent Saturday morning, Hu-dad grabbed the camera to capture the invader.
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Your security is sooooooooo good, perhaps you could lend some pointers to the ones who guard that big White House in DC…Seems they have had a problem lately!!!
Hoping the Queen is still doing good!
The Painter Pack
Pawsome job, Securirty chief Kiska! Perhaps they are just curious about the Queen’s absence and wanted to pay a call to check on her…. being good neighbors, that’s all.
~Jack & Moo
Maybe he was also looking for QNTE and sending recovery wishes.
They’re better than electronic alarms because the tell us who’s out there by their different alerts. We’ve been solicited by security companies, we tell them we have a D*O*G*S system and they say, ‘I’ve never heard of that one.’
We enjoy the herd’s wildlife encounters.
Good think Kiska is on the job!
We’ve been following QNTE progression with her surgery – we are sending GOLDEN healing vibes her way!
Monty and Harlow
Mom sez: Nice work, Kiska, I’m sure QNTE would be proud of the job you are doing as her replacement.