This is Jin-Jin. Though she has only been on staff for a few months, she has become an honored member of Nanetta.com. Jin-Jin is mostly chihuahua, but seems to have a bit of ferret, fox and monkey in her personality. The chair pictured is immediately to my left.
Jin-Jin is in charge of quality control. She will express herself by chewing an item to oblivion. I will find her with a beaded pin shredded, tiny beads like sand on my futon. Unfortunately, she doesn't know what quality means. She thinks it is a flavor. I must find her a new position.
Banjo, after a protracted hiatus of hating me, is now back in the studio. Nothing like the thought of a younger replacement to make one act a little nicer. Banjo, a papillon, is my public relations guy. At a party, he is as much a social butterfly as his wispy ears indicate. He will even wear a hat. He has two. You can imagine the marketing nightmare when your representative swears at you in dog in front of people, then shamelessly promotes his own agenda; attention for himself. Glad to have you back, Banjo!
My "staff" and I hope to get back to sharing the studio life. Uh-oh! I hear crunching....