Family Time

What better day than a Friday to post some family time pictures. Natasha is still very much under supervision when outside with the rest of The Herd, but she is getting more and more time in the yard. With yesterday’s sunny and beautiful weather, it was a perfect day to frolic.

Princess Kiska and security patrols.

Princess Kiska loves having the Queen back in the yard during security patrols.

And, yes, Hu-Dad really needs to mow. We have had daily rain for the last several days, so we need a little dry weather to get the mowing done. Soon, he says, soon.

Q-Tip and the Queen

Q-Tip enjoying being in the Queen’s presence.

Despite the tall grass, some pup was quite happy with some family time in the yard. After her chicken counter-surfing episode Wednesday, she has proven she is up to some more freedom.

I feel good with some family time.

I feel good.


  1. Mom, Ice 'n Ebby on July 31, 2015 at 5:19 pm

    Mom sez: She is looking SO much like her old self. So happy to see it. Hugz (well, sniffs) from the IceMan.

  2. Susan McManus on July 31, 2015 at 4:02 am

    This is an answer to prayer. I am so glad that she is doing so well.

  3. vincent porrazzo on July 31, 2015 at 3:30 am

    Happy to hear you are feeling better Queen Natasha.
    Silky & Nacho in Manila

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