Being the “alpha” member of any flock isn’t so easy as it might first appear.
For instance, you have to do all the publicity for your flock (on account of how the other members can’t be trusted to do it right).
You also have to
tolerate, accept, befriend the flock “betas.”
Since the betas are neither as cute nor as pretty as you, it is especially important to be gracious (and try not to act visibly bored) during meet-and-greet sessions.
Sessions that don’t go so well may need to be repeated.
The most problematic issues arise when a beta begins competing with you for prime delicacies from the Small Chef Bakery.
Here, it is critical to find a diplomatic way – such as an impromptu inspired photo shoot “with prop” – to remind the flock betas of their proper place.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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