Mina Apr 28, 2011 19:07:04 GMT -5
Post by MINA✯ on Apr 28, 2011 19:07:04 GMT -5
Shiba Inu by Running-Duck, on Flickr
Age: 2 years old
Breed: Shiba Inu
Herd//pack: I'm going to audition for her own pack.
Rank: Leader Audition, haha.
Eye color: Hazel
Pelt color: Orange with white patches
Height: 24 inches
Weight: 21 pounds
Likes: sleeping, proudness, quiet places
Dislikes: snooty dogs, cheaters, liars
Full Personality: Mina is a very clean-cut dog, she doesn't like to get dis-organized. She is a very kind dog, but she is not afraid to be fierce when she has to be. She will be stubborn if she does not get a fair share of when she deserves and points out mistakes like a pro. If you insult her she will insult you back. She believes in fairness and being equal, and her motto is "Whatever you do to me, I do to you." She is very good at making strategies, but when she does things she doesn't really think twice. She will do things at an instant, and often doesn't listen to advice, but she will listen to you if you don't stop warning her after a while. If you tell her once, she won't listen.
Birth Day: May Eighth, Two thousand eighty two
Birth Herd//pack: Loner
Brother :: Ash
Mother :: Deena
History: Mina was born on a spring day, it was warm but not hot. Mina and her brother Ash were healthy pups; they were play-fighting by three weeks old. They learned that, from their mother, to never get into fights. If someone does something to you, come to me or if you're capable... do it back. She would tell them not to start fights, but to just make things equal between them and the other person. Mina would listen with great concentration and respect, keeping that one motto in her mind. Her father left when she was born.
Mina loved to venture off alone, she would always find her way back. She would panic if she lost her way, she was so close with her family that being alone for too long scared her. Although she had an expert nose, she sometimes mistook another dogs smell for her mother and brothers and got in some fairly deep trouble. She didn't learn from these mistakes, and developed her flaw: She never listened, and had a major stubborn reputation.
She grew quickly and did not seem to stay one weight or height for about a year and a half. By the time she reached 2 years old, she grew to a fairly big size, and she left her mother. Her brother stuck with her to keep an eye on her. Now, she is looking for a pack, or to start her own.