Among turkey circles, he was known as the terror of Mt. Tam. Tabs was infamous as a killer of…careers among turkey models, because he had no patience for imperfection when it came to working with other models, whether feline, human, avian or otherwise.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, he worked on many modeling campaigns with turkeys.
His affinity for turkeys was multifaceted. He loved everything about them and found them both fascinating and delicious.
Rosie, on the other hand, hasn’t worked with any turkeys yet, but she does find them to be interesting. Today on her walk, she followed a gang of them around the hill. She pretended to not notice them but nonchalantly got progressively closer and closer until they were 10 feet away. She tried to play it cool, but when one of the larger turkeys stood up tall and flapped its wings, probably as a signal to Rosie to “step off,” Rosie flipped out and ran all the way back to the front door.
She’s not quite there yet in terms of having a full on conversation with them.
Maybe soon, though.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
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