Curious about everything...
There was so many things to see there... I loved to look at these little fellows...
I wonder what these are... and when Pa is going to buy a pet of my own. I've been telling him I wouldn't mind a Rabbit or...or...this cute little fellows. I promise I'll take GOOD care of them daddy! Really really.
Everyone was pretty pleased to see me
Why are human's so difficult? I enjoy meeting new people and I can see some humans pretty much enjoy meeting me too. Being pretty well-recieved at Pet Lovers but just a couple of steps away, outside at the mall, I become the big black monster.
I'm paper trained damn it. Some kids I know aren't even close to that.
Meet Cash the JRT at Dogaholics
She's pretty snappy... but in reality she pretty much likes to play. Imagine a JRT and a Rottie running around playing catch.
You get the idea.
I sampled some of the "food" there as well. Check out the Wall behind me. Dogoholics actually has a label on the wall system that enables them to stock their items properly and only bring them out when needed. This saves space and constant dusting of the products. Also the stuff can be kept in a proper environment.
Located at 519 Serangoon Road, the cafe is runned by June who is Cash the JRT's mummy. I cannot remember what the other fellow's name is... (didn't catch it cause he kept humping me when he could hardly reach up high enough...) his mum was pretty cute though.
Pa also adds to say that you have gotta try the mango slurpee. Its pretty good... and the deep fried cheese sticks. The deep fried mushrooms could have tasted better if they were fresh ones instead of the dried ones.
And this is the Chef of Dogaholics... its pretty strange for her to be petting me because according to June, she was terrified of Rotties.
However, once June brought her out... she and I had no problems getting along. She told June with one look that she knew I would be sweet and friendly to her. I just have that sort of face.