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camperbc

MobiStarlet
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Glen
Wow is she tall! And so svelte. :inlove:
Haha, yes, but it's not the best angle for showing Sheba's perfect posture, as she's standing on a downward slope, (her hind legs on higher ground than her front ones) plus in this pic she kinda looks like her hind end is sloping, when it fact her back is ramrod level, from the withers (shoulders) right to her rump... a rare trait in this era of endless "roach-backed" specimens. I'll have to try to take another side-view pic of Sheba, while standing on a level surface.
 

RoseCat

MobiStaff
Site Staff
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Real Name
Catherine
Device
iPhone 7 Plus
Haha, yes, but it's not the best angle for showing Sheba's perfect posture, as she's standing on a downward slope, (her hind legs on higher ground than her front ones) plus in this pic she kinda looks like her hind end is sloping, when it fact her back is ramrod level, from the withers (shoulders) right to her rump... a rare trait in this era of endless "roach-backed" specimens. I'll have to try to take another side-view pic of Sheba, while standing on a level surface.
She looks beautiful to me, just as she is. :hearteyes:
 

zenjenny

MobiStaff
Site Staff
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jen
Device
iPhone 6s Plus
This pic better illustrates Sheba's rather unique, "pony-with-giraffe's-legs" proportions!
:hearteyes:

I remember when our Djanga-dog was in that adolescent stage of looking a bit like a table -- legs longer every day with a comparatively flat small top. And Djanga is a normal-sized big dog. At that stage Sheba must have looked like a giraffe who’d somehow misplaced her neck and half of her body :lmao:
 

camperbc

MobiStarlet
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Real Name
Glen
:hearteyes:

I remember when our Djanga-dog was in that adolescent stage of looking a bit like a table -- legs longer every day with a comparatively flat small top... At that stage Sheba must have looked like a giraffe who’d somehow misplaced her neck and half of her body :lmao:
Oh no, Sheba is quite upset with you. I never should have let her read your "looked like a giraffe who misplaced her neck" comment! Now I must go comfort our poor, traumatized, neckless giraffe.
PS: Sheba just asked me to tell you that "Any giraffe WISHES they looked as pretty as me!"
 

zenjenny

MobiStaff
Site Staff
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jen
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iPhone 6s Plus
Oh no, Sheba is quite upset with you. I never should have let her read your "looked like a giraffe who misplaced her neck" comment! Now I must go comfort our poor, traumatized, neckless giraffe.
PS: Sheba just asked me to tell you that "Any giraffe WISHES they looked as pretty as me!"
oh dear, Sheba, You are truly a queen of all dogs, and I most humbly apologise for my clumsy terminology.

here‘s a picture of our Djanga [sharing a play tent with grandbaby #3] and taking time out to tell Sheba: ‘Sheba, you not know the half of if: I have to *live* with her’ o_O

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rizole

MobiLifer
MobiSupporter
Real Name
Rizole
Device
Samsung
Day 7 of catflap watch and I'm starting to feel the benefit of the constant surveillance.
Not one cat has come in today so far. Even better, the main culprit (who has been coming in up to 7 times a day) rolled up, sat outside the cat flap for a couple of minutes sniffing around and then left... result.
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JillyG

MobiLifer
Mobi Veteran
Real Name
Jilly
Device
iPhone 11 Pro Max
My 365
My MobiTog 365
Day 7 of catflap watch and I'm starting to feel the benefit of the constant surveillance.
Not one cat has come in today so far. Even better, the main culprit (who has been coming in up to 7 times a day) rolled up, sat outside the cat flap for a couple of minutes sniffing around and then left... result.
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What do you think is putting them off?
 

rizole

MobiLifer
MobiSupporter
Real Name
Rizole
Device
Samsung
What do you think is putting them off?
The alarm itself didnt seem todo more than stop them in their tracks initially but because whenever the alarm goes of one of us comes to the kitchen, they have associated the alarm with being chased.
As the week has gone on, the alarm seems to be doing it on its own, which is useful as there's not always someone in the house to chase them.
 

RoseCat

MobiStaff
Site Staff
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Catherine
Device
iPhone 7 Plus
The alarm itself didnt seem todo more than stop them in their tracks initially but because whenever the alarm goes of one of us comes to the kitchen, they have associated the alarm with being chased.
As the week has gone on, the alarm seems to be doing it on its own, which is useful as there's not always someone in the house to chase them.
Brilliant.
 
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