My Tigrou


The Legend of Grace
An Old Indian Legend

There is an old, old legend of how it came to be,
that dog forsook the wild to dwell with folks like you and me.

Now man and beast they lived on a common bit of earth. Each specie thought the other of very little worth.

One day there was a rumble, the earth began to quake.
It gave a mighty shudder, and then began to break.

A crack began to widen between the beasts and man. Some watched the crevasse deepen,
but most just turned and ran.

Now dog surveyed the distance, and man beheld it too. Between them sprang a yearning, a feeling strange and new.

Then each one begged the other to make the fateful leap. Yet each one dreaded jumping a crack so wide and deep.

So dog compelled his courage, and told man he would try. He eyed the fatal distance, for if he failed, he'd die.

Then dog prepared to jump across, his courage had decided. That if he could but make the jump, they'd no more be divided.

His muscles bunched beneath him; his body left the ground. The wind raced past his muzzle; his heart began to pound.

His senses sought the purchase of land beneath his feet. At last-his forepaws met the ground, his mission was complete!

No! His hind feet have slipped and he's falling off the side! His gallant farewell look said, "At least, new friend, I tried."

With disbelieving glance, man beheld his falling friend. He wouldn't let it happen; it couldn't be the end!

Then flesh smote air in searching and hand met paw and fur. Then man pulled dog to safety as heart to heart they were.

Man called and dog responded, and though the gulf was wide. Man gained the loyal canine, forever by his side.


by Klea V. Stilwell


The couple of my dreams
Eris del Mediano & Ayrton di Campovalano

Eris baby

So many of our dreams at first seem impossible,then they seem improbable,and then,
when we summon the will,they soon become inevitable.

Christopher Reeve                                       
The Black Diamond of my Dreams
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Sire: Tigr iz Slavnoi Stai Dame: Tahi reme Wally
Tigr iz Slavnoi Stai Ugor di Villa Conte Gamon di Campovalano
Nancy di Villa Conte
Indira v d Rauberhohle Prinz v. Norden Stamm
Nemesis Figi v Koepsel
Tahi reme Wally Graaf Quirinus v.Neerlands Stam Hertog Alpha v. Le Dobry
Dea Dolores v.Franckenhorst
Tahi reme Liz Gamon di Campovalano
Naplemente Tinti

After that, the little prince climbed a high mountain. The only mountains he had ever known were the three volcanoes,
which came up to his knees. And he used the extinct volcano as a footstool.

"From a mountain as high as this one," he said to himself, "I shall be able to see the whole planet at one glance, and all the people..."
But he saw nothing, save peaks of rock that were sharpened like needles.

"Good morning," he said courteously.

"Good morning...Good morning...Good morning," answered the echo.

"Who are you?" said the little prince.

"Who are you...Who are you...Who are you?" answered the echo.

"Be my friends. I am all alone," he said.

"I am all alone...all alone...all alone," answered the echo.

"What a queer planet!" he thought.
"It is altogether dry, and altogether pointed, and altogether harsh and forbidding.
And the people have no imagination.
They repeat whatever one says to them... On my planet I had a flower; she always was the first to speak..."

The Little Prince