We visited several relatives yesterday. I was rather excited - because that means we get to see Mango and Vodka! Hmm ... it's funny how I'm more eager to see the dogs than their owners. (Just kidding :P)
Mango seemed very interested in my bag for some reason ... Hey, there's nothing much in there!
A good picture of Mango. It's very hard to capture a still photo of her, as she's always jumping around!
Real dog or plushie? Look at Vodka's fluffy fur!
Rolling over his back and enjoying scratches and tummy rubs.
Vodka in a playful mode; he's waiting for his toy to be thrown.
Since Vodka's a male dog, he's starting to ... exhibit sexual behaviour. It's hard to imagine given his plush-like cuteness, even though I've witnessed it firsthand with the same cute and innocent bunnies. One second they're adorable beyond reason, the next they (bunnies) would spray urine or hump on you.
Vodka hasn't been neutered, but he would when he's older. My aunt told me that if dogs aren't neutered or spayed, they would have a higher risk of cancer. It's the same as bunnies then, I thought.
Why exactly do animals have a higher percentage of getting reproductive-organs-related cancer if they're not sterilised? Is it because they're domesticated and not reproducing? Just wondering ... as it is an operation after all.