Battling For the Spotlight

Hu-Dad had a simple plan. Go outside, get a few photographs of Queen Natasha the Evil, and build a blog post around her. Little did he realize that someone else would be battling for the spotlight.

Queen Natasha the Evil

Queen Natasha the Evil

Who could possibly object to the Queen being the center of a blog post? Who would even dare to do so? It must be someone who has not thought through the consequences.

It should be me! Me! Me! Me! - battling for the spotlight

It should be me! Me! Me! Me!

Qannik? Come on, buddy, we dedicate a lot of blog posts to you. Besides, have you thought about how upset Queen Natasha might be if you steal her attention?

Oh. Oops.

Oh. Oops. Nevermind.

Q-Tip. But now the Queen is sulking that her camera time was taken. You have to be willing to be the model. Can’t you help the Hu-Dad?

I just remembered I had somewhere else to be.

I just remembered I have somewhere else to be.



  1. Charlotte Dooley on December 8, 2015 at 11:15 pm

    Oh, Quannik, what a remarkable nose you have!

  2. Lori on December 7, 2015 at 7:55 am

    It was a good effort Qannik! You did a good job looking cute and stealing thunder❤️

  3. The Daily Pip on December 7, 2015 at 6:49 am

    LOL. My feline sister sometimes tries to steal the show as well.

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