Photo Comments Age: 9 Years Sex: Female Weight: 26-50 lbs
Leave a bone for Tavar (Al Hara's Tawari)
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Husband stealer, Jezebel, Daddy's Princess, African Queen, Nibbler, The Littlest Azawakh
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August 10th 2003
Surveying my kingdom while keeping Zak in line. I also enjoy napping and looking out for bunnies from the sliding glass door.
Not having my every whim seen to and having my elaborate nap schedule interrupted.
Do I look like I do toys????
Innova Evo with some goatsmilk yogurt. I also like these things called "French Fries". They're from France so they have to be classy, right?
To my favorite armchair......errr......throne.
Tricks.......Humans do tricks for ME! However, when I feel a need to be fauned over, I nibble for attention....works everytime!
Mother fell in love me (how could she not?) when she visited my buddy Zakara the year before I came to live with them.......little did she know it was Daddy I was after! She was floored when she found out I was up for adoption. I was a little shy for the first day but now me and Daddy are like peas in a pod!
I would never be so bold as to say Tavar could have been chosen. No, she decided that this was an acceptable arrangement so long as her eccentricities are catered to. Tavar is a very sweet Azawakh who immediately assumed the Alpha role in our household. As Daddy puts it, she brings balance to the force. Tavars most interesting and endearing trait is to nibble or "flea bite" the nearest hand, elbow or knee when she wants attention. Usually though, all she has to do is turn her stunning eyes on us and we're putty.
Tavar's full name is Al Hara's Tawari. Tavar was whelped in Switzerland and at 6 months was imported from Europe to Kel Simoon Azawakhs in Virginia where she was greatly loved and became a part of their family. Tavar was the Winners Bitch at the 2005 National Azawakh Specialty and a group placer at rare breed shows. After developing a thyroid disorder, Tavar came to live with us in November of 2006 and has used her beauty and quiet charm to get whatever she wants......Tavar really is a little princess.
Queen of Her Realm
Turning on the play button thus fooling my humans and turning it off after I've got their attention.
Fawn with High White
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|November 9th 2006
||More than 6 years!
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July 13th 2009 8:04 pm
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My food say's "Moo" when I eat it!
This has been going on for about 6 months now.
I'm 39.2 pounds and holding steady. The neck of a gazelle, the tuck only a seamstress could create and the speed of a Cheetah! My coat is glowing, skin is FABO and teeth are perfect! What's better.....thyroid meds have been REDUCED!!
Humans are afraid they sound like food snobs....whatever!!
My friends.....I eat rabbit, goat, chicken, beef, turkey, ostrich.....even a little bisson!
Can you guess what's been going on...can you??
Even Dad (AKA The "INTROVERT") want's to share this amazing change for those who are interested.
It's our new(ish) raw diet!! Dinner has NEVER tasted so good!!
........Parents discovered I actually answer to Tawari....LOL!
April 29th 2009 6:58 pm
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Mom: I'm Home!! What's on the stove...I'm Starv......what's THAT!?
Dad: OK, calm down! (Sheepishly smiling) Look, it's a cute fluffy baby..... right??
Mom: Is that the one you were trying to convince The Kid to get? I can't believe it!
Dad: ...But look at him, poor little baby; he would have died a horrible death!
Mom: You just beat all... I'm SPEECHLESS!
Mom: No buts about it! Do we even have another cage? What about the other one, you know HE and SHE = THEM!
Dad: It's all taken care of! I'll take care of him, feed him, clean the cage.... you don't have to worry about a thing!
Mom: Why would I worry? He's ADORABLE! I'm so happy!
Mom: (looking guilty) Well, I guess he's not a problem if he makes you happy. Had you left him we would have always wondered....
. ...funny how things change, isn't it!
M ommy now spends frequent time with the freeloading...."Sighthound Off Limits" rodents! They're named Tink and Puck. They were recently invited to our veterinarians Open House as "Model Exotic Pets". Hello, I'm both exotic and have the body of a model, but was I invited?
Many of our friends have been asking how we've been lately...
At this very moment Zak in sleeping in a hamper.
I'm sleeping with the fishies ...and I LOVE it!
Dad has rediscovered French Impressionism.
Mom refuses to commit "Seedlingaside".
...And The Kid is all about this thing called an S O L.
Doesn't make any sense, does it? We're a weird little group, but happy!
The Kid: Mom.... do you think Ferrets are cute?
December 24th 2008 3:25 pm
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Mom: They're so...so... well.... CUTE!
The Kid and Dad (in unison) CUTE???
Mom: Well look at them, little fluffy babies. If I'd have known it was going to be this easy, we could have made this trip weeks ago!
The Kid: (shaking her head) Dad, I think we should pick one before Mom changes her mind again.
Dad: I like the gold one over there...we should get him.
The Kid: Hello...this is supposed to be MY pet!
Dad: (still looking at the gold rat) Oh, sure honey, I got carried away. Which one do you like?
The Kid: I like the one with the gold streak going down her back. Do you think I can hold her?
Dad finds someone to help and as The Kid is holding her new potential pet, Dad suddenly asks to hold the gold rat.
Mom: OK, it's time for pie.... I’ll be next store.
Dad: Is that the one you want?
Dad and the kid put her rat on hold to be picked up the next day so they could get a proper cage and food. The next day Dad goes and picks up the new rat that The Kid decided to call "Tink". Apparently, he also got a bit of distressing news.
Dad: Sir, has anyone bought that gold rat?
Clerk: Oh I'm sure they will, the ones that don't get sold as pets will be sold as feeder rats...but don't worry, we'll restock at the end on the month.
Much later that day...
Tavar: What are you doing...what is THAT?
Dad: I couldn't just let him stay there to land in the belly of a snake! Look at him, poor thing.
Tavar: Yes you could! One rat is bad enough...but two, it's an infestation! Does Mom know?
Dad: Ummm, well...no.
Tavar: Can I chase him? Mo and Patches were nuggets, this guy looks like a ham hock...Mmmmmmm. Horrible nasty beast.... hope I don't get fleas or the plague!
The Kid: Tavar, you know that's a common misconception. Rats make great pets; they're in expensive, easy to take care of, very social and can even be taught tricks...unlike some dogs I know!
Tavar: Thank DOG...we have nothing in common!
Mom: Hello everyone…busy day at work! Anything interesting happen today?
Tavar: (pointing an accusing finger) Why don’t you ask HIM!
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