Frankly, it's been really difficult to post anything over the weeks with my folks traveling so much.. Before I knew it..
Pooofff! Mom is gone..
Her turn with the " business trip" nonsense..
And my little antenna sticking up from my rear end is signaling another "business trip" call from dad real soooon..
Before we continue, please allow me to say that I tried to stop my mom from stealing my blog to write about her little trip cuz it's totally irrelevant to our doggy world but she promised that it is totally relevant.. At least some part of it...
The night view of the lively Hong Kong that she has to deal with every night for the last 5 nights..
And the spectacular view from all the offices that she has been going in for meetings over the week.. Mom said it's remarkably difficult to have a full concentration at a meeting, and have eagle friends visiting outside the window.. ( I can so totally relate to that..)
Despite the crazy schedule, mom managed to squeeze some time to find this entire street filled with pet shops.. She didn't say it, but I know she helplessly fell head over heal a million times, over and over again over each puppy and kitten (and possibly goldfish and rabbits) she saw in every shop..
And since you bought so much treats for me, mom, I just want to tell you that I have forgiven you for all the infidelity that happened in the foreign island.. (and yes! I've been bribed..)
(Note from mom: Shopping for treats and accessories for pets in Hong Kong can get out of hand very easily as they are more than 50% cheaper than Singapore and Malaysia. However, be mindful when buying treats manufactured in PRC since they do not necessary comply with the food safety standard.
Moiselle had 2 tiny treats from "My Honey" and the next day she had trouble controlling her bladder.. She was leaking every hour and a little lethargic..We are pleased to inform everyone that she is back to her normal self now after 24 hours.)
I have to say, out of all the yummy stuff she got, I love the mouse toy the most! Which lead my dad to some confusion.
All I have to say to that is.. toys shouldn't be divided or clasified.. Just cuz it's marketed for the cats, it doesn't mean we dogs can't enjoy playing with it.