Isa sa walong aso sa resort sa Punta Bulata si Magic. Masaya lahat ang mga aso na sumalubong sa amin pero itong si Magic ang napansin ko. Panay ang lapit sa akin, parang friends na kami. Makinis ang itim nitong balahibo at tulad ng alaga ko, enjoy din si Magic habang kinakamot sa ulo. Malambing si Magic at di ko man lang narinig kumahol. Sabi pa ng caretaker ng resort, mahilig daw itong maligo sa dagat. Nakabantay s'ya lagi sa dining area, pero pagkatapos ng tanghalian, di ko na s'ya napansin. At alam mo ba kung nasaan si Magic?
Heto...nagpa-power nap. Ang sarap ng buhay!
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Magic is one of the 8 dogs at the resort in Punta Bulata. All 8 dogs happily greeted us when we arrived but it was Magic who caught my eye. He was very friendly, constantly rubbing his nose on my leg as if we were long-time friends. I loved his smooth black fur and he loved being scratched---just like my baby. The resort caretaker told me that Magic loves to take a swim at the sea. He's usually lounging at the dining area but after lunch, I didn't see him again. I wondered where he was. Well, I found him napping at this recliner, facing the sea. What a great life he has!
For Thursday Two Questions - you are invited to answer and join.
- What do you think of dogs?
A dog is indeed (wo)man's best-friend. Dogs love unconditionally. You tell your dog the nastiest things about you, and he loves you anyway. They're uncomplicated, warm and sweet and would do anything for a little affection.
- If you have a dog(s), tell me about him/her.
This is Fritz, a 4-year old Japanese spitz half-breed. My nephew calls him half spitz, half bisaya, to which he answers with a roar. Fritz is gentle and good-natured, he loves kids and very popular in the neighborhood, in the mall, and everywhere we go. He has a crush on our neighbor's dog, Kimchu. When I'm home, he wants me to sit beside him at feeding time, and sometimes prefers to be spoon-feed by nobody else but me. He loves to drink water straight from the fridge--he would wait for cold water being poured into his bowl before drinking. He walks straight to the bathroom when you tell him it's bath time. Fritz "talks" with his paws when he needs to pee or poop--he always does his business outside. He waits for me to come home every night, restless until I arrive. And seems to understand when I leave the house with luggage---he doesn't wait up and sleeps early. Oh, I can go on and on and on...I guess you can never really understand the love between a (wo)man and a dog unless you have one.