I Am Shiba.

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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

CSI: Shiba

The entrance to the crime scene:

Where it happened:

The Victim:

The Alleged Guilty Party:

The Investigation:

It was a rainy day and the alleged guilty party (identified as: Shiba, Cortez) was patrolling his domain in search of a dry area for his morning constitutional. According to a witness (identified as: Woman, The), the party of questionable character was very intrigued by a pile of leaves and refused to leave the area, despite the witness's protests. According to testimony, the victim was nestled in the pile of leaves, and the alleged Shiba, Cortez found said victim (identified as: Northern Shrew, The) and immediately eliminated its life. Woman, The immediately pulled Shiba, Cortez into the house and then buried the evidence which hindered any further criminal investigation until this posting revealed the crime of question.

Did Shiba, Cortez kill the victim in self defense or was it a random act of violence that is now so common among the gangs of Shibas found throughout Northern America and the Islands of Japan?

This particular Shiba has a past criminal record of crimes against Shrews, however, there have been no prior convictions due to either lack of evidence or proven self defense as the shrews have placed themselves in threatening positions toward Shiba, Cortez. However, in this particular case, Shiba, Cortez appeared to be searching for said Northern Shrew, The and this leads said investigation to believe that the Shrew's cause of death was intentional rather than accidental or self-defense.

However, without the body, the crime is unable to move forward. If anyone has any information regarding this incident, or any similar incident regarding the criminal activities of other Shibas which may be connected to this network, please notify your local law authorities.

I Am Shiba. I Am Innocent and Want A Lawyer!


Anonymous Dada and Kevin said...

Hi there, we also have a male shiba, 12 years old, and he is a right bugger, so arrogant and ignorant!
I want to say that your blog - it is the best thing I have ever read and will continue to read because it truly is a masterpiece!! Everything in it is so true and that way that it is written - by a Shiba - is so witty! Have you thought about publishing this as a book? It could well be a bestseller, much better than Marley&Me!!! It is truly a winner! Thank you so very much for keeping this up! It is addictive LOL

Don't ever give up!

Dada and Kevin, Winnipeg

12:08 PM  
Anonymous Bibby said...

I have 2 Shiba's Lily and Bear , they have killed 4 birds between them and fully admit guilt.

6:56 PM  
Blogger Winnie said...

Not guilty! Not guilty! Innocent until proven guilty.....

7:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's say about 5 1/2 years ago, my husband might have taken his Border Collie/Shiba Inu puppy with him to the river where they might have met a pair of Canadian geese walking with their cynets.

Puppy may have been very excited to see the geese and Husband, who really does have a big dent in the side of his car where a male Canadian Goose attacked the car for passing too close to the nest (although whose fault was that for building the nest right next to the road?), says to himself, "Puppy is half the size of these geese, they will teach her better than I could not to mess with the cynets."

Puppy bounds forward and the two adult Canadian Geese turn tail and RUN!!!! Puppy is thrilled, (allegedly) kills 3 cynets and lays them in a pile at Husband's feet.

"That's illegal!" sputters Husband at Puppy, totally shocked at how this has turned out.

Lawless Puppy sees this as tacit approval and bounds out to "clean up" the rest of the cynets. Husband has recoved, leashes Puppy and buries the evidence, much to Puppy's disappointment.

Three weeks later, No-Longer-Overconfidient Puppy comes tearing back to Husband, just barely outrunning two enraged adult Canadian Geese. The gene pool for Canadian Geese is secured.

I'm not saying this happened, but it's a heck of a story and seems to fit what a Shiba mix might do! ;-)


6:28 AM  
Blogger Lisa said...

SO Woman, The is an accomplice! Burying the evidence! She seemed so... NORMAL.

7:28 AM  
Anonymous That Guy said...

"Normal" would be the last thing which would come to my mind, Lisa :)

8:50 AM  
Blogger Lisa said...


I was TRYING to be polite. How about: She kept to herself. I had no idea she had this in her. ?

8:54 AM  
Anonymous That Guy said...

Oh, you were being sarcarstic! :)))

11:03 AM  
Blogger Jaida's Mom said...

Two nights ago I shared your CSI:SHiba with my husband who laughed politely and said it reminded him a little of Jaida, our Shiba Inu/Border Collie--Shibollie for you Labradoodle owners who insist on silly breed names. (Our designer dog is breed for maximum shedding, a secure sense of superiority and need for constant exercise with or without you-human).

The next morning I found a large rabbit outside the dog door with its neck at an unnatural angle.

Now each day when he leaves, my husband tells Jaida "Do a good job. Take care of Mommy. No birdies, squirrellies or bunnies in the house."

Do I believe that the rabbit was carefully positioned outside the dog door to make it look like it was trying to get into the house? Do I think that the rabbit was framed?

I keep telling Jaida to take the 5th, and let me her attorney, fight the circumstantial evidence, but her obvious pride at the kill is hurting her case.

If the Bunny doesn't fit, you must acquit!

10:02 AM  

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