Monday, August 07, 2006

Being D Illegal Dog

Being an illegal dog once every weekend seems like the happiest day of my life. Now I'm experiencing what other pure breed dogs pampered life are all about. I could walk to every direction as I wish and steal whatever food that I like. I can sit on the couch, on the sofa or just lay directly in the middle of the traffic. When I'm bored, I could watch the TV or even read the newspaper with my owner.
Playing with the boring toys can be fun if being done indoor with my two curious owner looking at my funny attic. I have the skill to play both the rope and ball all by myself. I can throw it up the air and fetch it, all being done alone. I'm indeed an independent mutt.
Both my owners tend to surprise me with a 'Come!' every few minutes with delicious tuna or some of their Maggi Mee. Its pretty easy to get some treats while being indoor, rather than jumping and doing the heeling at the outdoor. However, sometimes they will increase the level of difficulty by hiding themselves behind the door.
Sometimes my crazy owner will set up some of her DIY equipment and get me to do all the exercising while she just sit there throwing the ball. I have to keep on jumping thru and fro until I got both mentally and physically exhausted. This is what she thought is 'Flyball'. I find it pretty annoying though. Initially I tried to skip those jumps, but then she realized it and place additional stools in between those gaps.
After exhausted with the game, I'll have nap just beside my beloved pillow which is too small to fit my 'fat' body. So in order for me to sleep on that tiny pillow, my owner is trying to put me on diet. So this the reason why every friend tends to claim that I'm a starving dog.
Its dinner time! Life is all about eating. That's reason for a dog like me to have the courage to continue living. But eating directly from the family dining table seems a bit too much. Wonder what's the oldman reaction if he saw this picture. Faint to death, probably.
After the 'so-called' heavy meal, its time to continue the exploring journey. This is the opportunity to make use of my tracking and hunting ability to scent any junk food available on the floor.
Here comes the time where I've gotta do some business out there. To release all the protein, carbohydrate and fats that had been metabolize by my intestinal tract. And not to forget to empty my urinary bladder. Wow! A sigh of relieve. That's the disadvantage of being train up to only pee and poo at certain period of time during the entire day. I must start to lodge a complaint about dog abuse to SPCA soon. Please help to sign a petition and support the new rule of being allowed to pee and poo four times a day. Not to forget remember to keep a lookout to check wether anybody is coming back earlier than expected.
Nite Nite. After the wonderful weekend, I better had a quick nap before the time for me to 'Get Out' from the house and head back into the 4x4m cage that's belong to that annoying Hero, who thought that he's actually a MKA certified Boxer. He can't even win me though, both mentally and physically. ~Sweet dreams~

8 comments:

e said...

Paco is so beautiful- pure black. We have a "Singapore special" aka mongrel pup and she is black and tan. Paco seems to be enjoying. What a life jam packed with love and activities. I think mongrels are great. We used to whinge about how dog unfriendly Singapore is but it really isn't as bad. What is it like in Malaysia?

Amanda85 said...

i tot singapore is a more dog-friendly country compare to m'sia...coz of religion issue, probably....

n v still yet to have any official dog park in KL...

however, m'sia do hv its own dog community too...

e said...

Yeah, SG isn't as dog friendly as countries like Australia and Japan but don't know what it's like in Malaysia. I'd imagine everything pet related in Malaysia would be very expensive because it's sort of a rarity to have dogs there. Do you have to pay premium prices on most dog related stuff?

Jojo said...

aiseh, amanda, we already got official dog park in cheras. u didnt read newspaper ke.. how about mashotel, dog training sch.. pet friendly hotel like sea gypsy and langkawi..now even got agility trial.. i think we re improving la.. be more positive.. ;)

Amanda85 said...

e,
yeah....doggie stuff is expensive...coz mostly r imported...unless u buy made in m'sia or thailand,....which is would said lower in quality...

Amanda85 said...

jojo,

cheras is not an official dog park yet la....d authority is still waiting for some private body to rent up d place....

Amanda85 said...

i believe m'sia improvement a lot...but is still far from the description =dog-friendly country

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