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All of our readers know that Kiska is in charge of the safety and security of The Herd, but have you ever really studied her intense look?
Kiska takes her job quite seriously. If any potential invader dares to approach the Sibe Quentin fence, she is quick to call the rest of The Herd into position via a security alert. If the threat is severe (in her mind), she also promptly warns the Hu-Dad. And yes, he does respond to those high level alerts. But no matter how fast the Hu-Dad responds, she is prepared to give the invader the “look.”
Not many foes are willing to risk approaching any closer once they have been a recipient of the look. In fact, quite a few friends might be slightly intimidated as well. Friends, such as certain other younger members of The Herd.
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