Day 218: A Further Word on “Guarding”

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Many beings can successfully claim something.

Most beings also have similar aptitudes for ingesting what they claim.

It is in the guarding phase where problems usually arise.

Luckily, beginners can learn so many techniques to help them hold on to what they’ve claimed (at least long enough to ingest it!).

This tactic is called the "Beak Plant." This works because - strangely enough - most beings will steer clear of a delicacy after its current owner has wiped its nostrils all over it.
This tactic is called “The Beak Plant.” The technique works because – strangely enough – most beings will steer clear of a delicacy after its current owner has wiped their nostrils all over it.
Another popular tactic is called "The Pose." Here, other beings assume you are being photographed and instinctually stay back to avoid ruining your picture.
Another popular tactic is called “The Pose.” Here, other beings assume you are being photographed and instinctively stay back to avoid photobombing your picture.
With this tactic, called "The Hunter," other beings deduce from your "active" body language that the delicacy is still in the process of being hunted. Here, they will stay away until they think you have brought it down for them first (by which time, of course, you will be full and finished).
With this tactic, called “The Hunter,” other beings deduce from your “active” body language that the delicacy is still in the process of being hunted. Here, they will stay away until they think you have brought it down (by which time, of course, you will be finished and full).
This tactic is called "The Oh No You Don't" for good reason. One look is all it takes to figure out what a poacher will get if they move any closer.
This tactic is called “The Oh No You Don’t” for good reason. One look is all it takes to figure out what a poacher will get if they come any closer.
The last tactic should be reserved for delicacies you want to return to later. Called "The Head-Sized Hole," no explanation about why it works is really needed.
This last tactic should be reserved for delicacies you want to return to later. Called “The Head-Sized Hole,” no explanations about why it works are really needed.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie. www.animallovelanguages.com

2 thoughts on “Day 218: A Further Word on “Guarding”

  1. Sigh, I wish my guys did just do the beak plant. Unfortunately for me, they tend to claim my food using other parts of their anatomy.

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