The many faces of Sheba! Cheesin’ 🧀 Wonderin’ 🧐 Investingstin’ 👃 Watchin’ 👀
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Sheba is about a year old and weighs 40 lbs. She is an energizer bunny and lovessss to play! She’s going to need an active family who makes sure she’ll get exercise and socialization. We had a volunteer take her for a run and she did great!
🏃♀️ 🏃♀️ 🏃♀️ Sheba is smart, curious, happy, and social. She’s been working on her manners at the shelter and will need someone who can continue her lessons!
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Could Sheba be the perfect fit for your family? Fill out an application on our website! 📷: @christancgeorge (1 &3)
1 2512 minutes ago
I had so much fun at my first Purina Pet Parade in Soulard. I got all the treats and pets from people sitting on the side
3 1722 minutes ago
Happy one year, my girl!! It went by so fast. It wasn’t always easy, but it’s safe to say that you’ve made my life so much brighter. Here’s to another year!
A tour of a shepherd’s home in the mountains.
It’s built with mostly flat rock pieces from around the area just balancing as a pile with absolutely no cementing material . First thing they do is to choose a spot where the wind directions won’t surprise them too much. I.e it does not change too many times a day. How do they know? Well it’s a skill they pick up as children seeing and being with the adults of the family. Yes! They don’t need a academic education in sustainability architecture to build this ! ;) .
The shepherds leave this built structure intact so they can return here each year with their herd. They build such little homes in various areas of the harsh mountain landscapes, depending on the season and the fodder for their herd.
Pic 1. A look from the outside. Stacked stones with slanted roof to handle rains. Dug up lower than the ground level for some natural warmth. While sustainable buildings are a big deal for the city dweller, it’s a natural choice here :) .
Pic 2. The only large opening to this dwelling. A view from the inside.
Pic 3. The kitchen
Pic 4. Shepherd turned chef
Pic 5. Kitchen stove placement is such that the smoke never stays inside, the wind blows it out, it’s a natural chimney.
Pic 6. Shepherd’s roommate lost in thoughts.
Pic 7. Door closed, getting ready to leave for round two of hanging around with their herd.