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Sirius of the Week for Oct. 29 - Nov. 4, 2000

Kawoni is a miniature Schnauzer. Her name is Cherokee for the month of April; she was born three and a half years ago. She lives on a farm in East Texas with her best friend, "getle". She eats Pedigree brand dog food for breakfast and gets a "snack" or two in the evenings. This is usually a milkbone, but sometimes it's a table scrap. Her "treat" is a rawhide bone or a pig's ear. Her favorite toy is a large, soft, knotted rope.

She protects her property vigorously. Once she "attacked" a Great Dane named Trena and another time a Labrador retriever named Maggie when they got too close. Most of the day she stays on the front porch. She "guards" her territory from squirrels, rabbits, crows and deer by running the 50 feet end to end as her duties require. Kawoni is also a night watchdog and warns the 'possums, 'coons and coyetes should they come into her range.

("getle" address means "dog" in Cherokee. It is pronounced "ghee/tlee".)

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