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Puppies

Washani "E" Litter

Himalaya's Lin Gyi  x  Citadel's Chiricahua

Drago Cherry
Drago Cherry

DOB :: January 22, 2009

Drago & Cherry gave us 8 adorable babies and they were split right down the middle in number, color and gender!  We had 4 girls and 4 boys.  We had 2 black and 2 black & tan boys and also 2 black and 2 black & tan girls.  What perfect symmetry! Photos and updates will be posted here.

Our "Classic Movies" Litter

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A Night Out With the Classics

This memorable production premiered at Washani TMs in Wisconsin on January 22, 2009. An up-and-coming star in her own right, the highlight of the show went to Miss Cherry as she gave us an academy award-winning delivery of the "Hollywood Classics."

Early on it seemed that Cherry wrote the script on her rise to fame so we can't say that we were shocked when we read the bold tabloid headlines in November of 2008. Miss Cherry is purported to have emphatically stated: "It Had to Be You" in reference to her leading man, Himalaya's Lin Gyi (stage name: Drago). This team gave a rock-solid performance their first time out and both obviously share the same artistic vision. It was an easy decision to gamble a second time on this blockbuster pair.

In only her second interview with the Hyatt Times, we sat back and took our direction from Miss Cherry as she gave us her thoughts and memories of her favourite Hollywood Classics. The emotional impact reached an all-time high as she introduced us to her very own cast of eight.

"You must remember this," Miss Cherry began. "my love affair with Hollywood began with "a date with fate in Casablanca!" so now I want to give my love of classic films to my children. Actors and actresses were truly star material then and the red carpet simply glittered." Commenting on her own stardoom, Miss Cherry compares her meteoric rise to the story of her favorite film. "Casablanca was just another film in its day. No one expected it to become such a beloved masterpiece. I know that it was expected that my co-star and I would draw on our natural born talents but I'm not sure we were expected to create such a spectacular gem." Of course, Miss Cherry is referring to her 2007 film 'The Power Of One' - The Story of Washani's Dargyel Yundoog." It was at this point, Miss Cherry invited her first-born daughter to join us. "I tell my daughter Cassy all the time to stay away from gin joints and just concentrate on learning her lines."

Our Dodgeville interview and celebrations were momentarily disrupted when Cherry's son Rio put up his dukes as Cherry recounted the gun-slinger action from the film Rio Bravo. But even his ears perked up when Cherry told of the mysterious young beauty that arrived on the last stagecoach.

We were charmed by Miss Cherry's delightful daughter Gigi. "Thank Heaven for little girls! She's beautiful and enchanting but a bit of a tomboy, " her mother told us. "I can see her playing the lead in Cinderella if they ever do a re-make but she'll have to mature some."

Named after that famous 1940 screwball comedy, Cherry went on to tell us about her daughter Friday, her father's favorite. "Friday is definitely His Girl. Lately, we've seen a bit more indecision from Friday. Waffling a little about her path in life but she is quick and smart. Sometimes she likes to report on her siblings but she's definitely front page news and deserves top-billing. Perhaps we'll encourage her to be a writer. She's aces and we're just waiting for her first big story."

"Another American classic that stands the test of time is Cool Hand Luke and I'd like to introduce you to my son Cool. A bit of a non-conformist, he's a natural born world shaker, he can really hold us captive. He loves to have his fun and I predict he'll be a genuine matinee idol. We often tell him, 'You're an original, that's what you are!' We'll have to ask the warden to make sure that he doesn't get a reputation, but he's a good egg and we're sure that he will be admired by all."

Next we were introduced to Cherry's son Topper named for that classic madcap film. "We learned quite early that fun-loving Topper was more of a comedic performer. With a little help from some outside influences, our Topper is livening up our lives. His partner in comedy is a true heroine. Our very own Ducky of Duck Soup fame. When these two are together we're looking at mayhem and chaos."

There were a few times when we were barely keeping ahead of production. We have to admit that by this time we were caught looking somewhere over the rainbow as things took a turn and suddenly became quite hectic. Cherry said that every mother starts feeling like Dorothy caught up in a tornado's path with so many children. On life's journey on the Yellow Brick Road we eventually find our way to the Emerald City if we stick with it long enough. It just takes brains, heart and courage. We may have met up with a few Munchkins along the way and we had to wait out the hourglass but, eventually, we all got to meet the Great and Powerful Oz. And all things in Oz are magical." We had to wipe a tear at the perfect ending of this story as son Oz sighed, "There's no place like home."

So there you have it. As these young leading boys and girls prepare to go off in their debut roles, Hyatt Times will be reviewing the latest achievements and performances of this new cast of eight. All sure to be instant classics in their own right, so we hope that you will return to support their endeavours as they're going to love an audience. Stay tuned as this legendary family sets the stage to light imaginations aflame. We know their beauty will have the papparazzi on the run and we're sure to hear that final famous line more than once......."All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close up."

 

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