Typhoon’s Puparrazi Approach

Yesterday, Cheoah demonstrated her challenge of living with a photographer. Today, Typhoon demonstrates his puparrazi approach.

Are you aiming that camera in my direction?

Are you aiming that camera in my direction?

Each of us has our own individual approach dealing with the human photographer who follows us everywhere. Typhoon, whose antics attract frequent camera attention, has his own personal approach.

He is not watching me. He is not watching me.

He is not watching me. He is not watching me.

You may think that simply ignoring the Hu-Dad is not a great strategic approach, but Typhoon is convinced that wishing things away works.

I am not looking at the camera. I am not looking at the camera.

I am not looking at the camera. I am not looking at the camera.

3 Comments

  1. Juno's mom on February 12, 2017 at 2:28 pm

    Good close-ups showing their facial markings.

  2. Pat and Rebel on February 12, 2017 at 10:38 am

    Rebel said that Typhoon is showing how handsome he is even with his eyes closed and also showing his great profile.

  3. Lori on February 12, 2017 at 7:47 am

    Well done Typhoon! My Izzy seems to like your approach to puparazzi aimings!

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