Close Dinner Bowl Supervision

As suppertime approaches, Miss Cheoah says close dinner bowl supervision is a critical skill to develop. And close means quite close.

My bowl appears to be missing a critical ingredient - food.
My bowl appears to be missing a critical ingredient – food.

Mealtime is a serious moment around Chez Herd. We each eat in our crates, the better to allow the slower eaters the opportunity to enjoy dinner without concern that a neighbor might get a wee bit too covetous. Still, a close eye on your own bowl is important.

A close chin is helpful, too.
A close chin is helpful, too.

Maybe Miss Cheoah is taking the concept of close just a wee bit too far, but she certainly will know will food hits her bowl.

Miss Cheoah - the master of close dinner bowl supervision.
Miss Cheoah – the master of close dinner bowl supervision.

Movie Memory Monday

In addition to her mastery of dinner skills, Miss Cheoah has long ruled the boys of The Herd. This week’s video showcases one of those moments where a certain youngster in The Herd received a lesson from his elders. We hope you enjoy Not As Expected.

Why is Cheoah smiling in the Movie Memory Monday? Click the image to see the video.
Why is Cheoah smiling in the Movie Memory Monday? Click the image to see the video.

5 thoughts on “Close Dinner Bowl Supervision”

  1. Miss Cheoah-you have the bowl supervision down to a real science! I love your wonderful match with Typhoon on the Movie Memory Monday-you sure gave Typhoon a lesson on who’s boss!

  2. Now that was a great video! Total satisfaction on Cheoah’s beautiful face! You are definitely the Queen of the castle baby g!

  3. Cheoah reminded me of Juno’s dominant behavior when she’d rear-mount un-neutered males we’d encounter, anywhere and once it was a Corgi at a patio restaurant. It was kind of embarrassing and people would assume she was a male. Those dominant girls!

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