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While most of The Herd is made up of happy-go-lucky playful types, we have a couple of older siblings that take on parental worries.
Miss Kiska worries about any creatures that approach our fence and warns them off with a ferocious bark (the only one of us that actually barks much at all). But she also frets about too much running and bouncing (which is why we call her the Fun Police) and whether everyone is participating enough in song time (as our head Choir Mistress who leads Morning Song Time).
Frankie Suave is Mr. Cool and Calm, unless we have loud noises. All rules are off when the sky rumbles or fighter jets roar overhead (we live under a training path). As long as things are quiet, Frankie is monitoring activity outside the fence as well as the Junior Members of The Herd inside the fence.
And who is creating all of the worry today?
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