A dog finds a unique place to keep tabs on her community

A community in Arizona has an unusual type of neighborhood watch. A dog named Nala who likes to spend time on the roof of his house attracts attention and watches over his community. “A lot of people love her. Honestly, they want to take pictures every time they see her,” Jason Camarena, one of Nala’s owners, told KNXV. Some neighbors say she became famous for her unique perch and earned the nickname “Pigeon”. “They even have a security camera, but I think it’s better than a security camera,” neighbor Mark Hunt said. Camarena said a passing person even thought Nala was a statue. Nala’s family eventually had to post an explanation on social media to let neighbors know she wasn’t stuck on the roof, but people are still dropping by to take a look and some even called the forces order out of concern. Camarena said Nala likely sought out the open rooftop space because her family didn’t originally have a large backyard. “We try to give her a limit like maybe 20 minutes, half an hour, but during the winter she could stay there as long as she wants,” Camarena said. “We don’t mind. In the end, you know, she’s just enjoying the view up there.”

A community in Arizona has an unusual type of neighborhood watch.

A dog named Nala who likes to spend time on the roof of his house attracts attention and keeps a watchful eye on his community.

“A lot of people love her. Honestly, they want to take pictures every time they see her,” said Jason Camarena, one of Nala’s owners. says KNXV.

Some neighbors say she became famous for her unique perch and earned the nickname “Pigeon”.

“They even have a security camera, but I think it’s better than a security camera,” neighbor Mark Hunt said.

Camarena said a passing person even thought Nala was a statue.

Nala’s family eventually had to post an explanation on social media to let neighbors know she wasn’t stuck on the roof, but people are still dropping by to take a look and some even called the forces order out of concern.

Camarena said Nala likely sought out the open rooftop space because her family didn’t originally have a large backyard.

“We try to give her a limit like maybe 20 minutes, half an hour, but during the winter she could stay there as long as she wants,” Camarena said. “We don’t mind. At the end of the day, you know, she’s just enjoying the view up there.”

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