In the family of Natalia Vlasova had a conflict of “fathers and children”

В семье Наталии Власовой возник конфликт «отцов и детей»
The singer told about family problems.

В семье Наталии Власовой возник конфликт «отцов и детей»

Natalia Vlasova with the dog Alice

Photo: courtesy of the press service N. Vlasova

The family of the actress, singer and songwriter Natalia Vlasova seriously inflames the conflict “fathers and children”. More precisely, grandmother and granddaughter. A common language can’t find two Pomeranian dwarf Spitz Alice, which is more than ten years, and recently appeared in the family baby Lulu.

“Alice we have had in two years before the birth of my daughter Pelagia, — says Natalia. — A tiny alive lump gave me a birthday husband. The dog from the first day she became a beloved member of the family. Because wonderful character: Alice is able to adapt to the mode of human being completely. Can be sleeping next to us, and can be worn outdoors. No wonder we took her with him everywhere on tour, on vacation, on a business trip.

When my daughter was born, Alice, of course, the usual lost of attention. For a while we even sent her to St. Petersburg, to my mom. Then the dog returned home and became friends with an older Pelageya. Apparently resigned to the fact that more love in our family gets a daughter.

В семье Наталии Власовой возник конфликт «отцов и детей»

Daughter Natalia Vlasova with a new family member Lulu

Photo: courtesy of the press service N. Vlasova

But recently we bought another dog. Daughter had finished primary school and we, as promised, bought her puppy, a white Pomeranian. Pelagia has named a new member of the family of Lulu and really befriended her. But Alice Lulu, which suits her granddaughter, does not like and refuses to accept another dog in their territory. Lulu is constantly running after her, offers to play, and Alice defiantly turns away and even growls. It’s been three weeks, but so far all attempts to Lulu to make friends with “Granny” Alice ended with nothing… I Hope that over time, different generations find a common language.”

Natalia Vlasova

Photo: courtesy of the press service N. Vlasova