Queen’s Security Is Always Watching

Queen Natasha may only be out for a quiet evening stroll in the yard, but the Queen’s security is always watching for her safety.

Queen Natasha out for a quiet stroll around Sibe Quentin.

Queen Natasha out for a quiet stroll around Sibe Quentin.

Being the bossy leader that she is, Natasha sometimes insists that her entourage not follow her every footstep. Yesterday evening, for example, she was quite clear that she wanted to walk the yard by herself. That may be acceptable to Natasha, but the Chief of Security never relaxes her perimeter watch.

The Queen's security discreetly watching for trouble.

The Queen’s security discreetly watching for trouble.

Hu-Dad was amused that Kiska did her best to pretend to give the Queen her space, but he knew that security would be beside her in a flash if the need arose.

And the Queen pretends not to notice her watchful protector.

And the Queen pretends not to notice her watchful protector.21


  1. Mom, Ice'n Ebby on August 22, 2016 at 2:36 am

    Mom sez: You could probably find a position for Kiska in the Siberian Secret Service.

  2. Lori on August 21, 2016 at 7:44 am

    Kiska you are the most beautiful, top-notch, loyal security chief ever!!!!!

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