Escape To Nowhere

Few weeks back, pest control specialist were called to our house for a good cleanup. It’s an annual event that usually take place before the coming new year. Usually we just hang out at the porch to wait for the smell to disappear once the ‘control’ work is done for while some will be in the house minding our own business. However this year we were told by the specialist to leave the house for an hour as the ‘poison’ smell is too overpowering.

So off we went with my happy Chester in the back seat. Our plan was to find a nice park to chill out for 1 hour.

1st stop was a housing park with a large lake. Chester took a pee at a tree and we were preparing to start our walk when I saw ‘street’ dogs coming our way. What else? We ran back to the car. We drove to the opposite side of the lake but ahh saw a notice saying no dogs allowed. *Sigh I wanted to chill out there no matter what but the feeling of being nagged non-stop by the other 2 passengers is argghhh!

So we head to another nearby park, also at a housing area. The moment we got down from the car, a couple of street dogs started barking from across the road. *Hey where did they come from? We quickly fled the scene! When our car zoomed pass our parking spot, I saw them coming together sniffing the ground where Chester had stood. It’s as if we had stepped in an area controlled by these gangster dogs. It was hilarious man.

Then we went to another nearby park. This park is really big. We climbed up a stairs and then Chester had another pee beside a tree. Then we saw a guy in motorcycle kept staring at us. Ahh better not tick him off, so we went back the car and guess what? It’s nearly 1 hour.

So hurrah we can go back home BUT what a downer. My dog has no place to go at all. Sad right?

Chilling out after a loooooooong day.

Photos taken with Blackberry.

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  • Reply jam November 3, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    This reminds me of scenes in “Rise of the Planet of Apes” where all those apes also have nowhere to go on human planet. Eventually, they start a revolution and turn everything around. Hmmm…

  • Reply Adino November 3, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    So funny la your description about gangster dogs. I suppose they can be quite dangerous.

    Once I saw before, a van from those pet store was passing by and those gangster dogs started barking even before the van reach them. Then the van parked and those dogs surround the van and keep barking.

    So scary.

    • Reply Che-Cheh November 3, 2011 at 8:58 pm

      There’s this one time I saw around 20 dogs in just 1 road. Really gangster dogs.

  • Reply Dawn November 4, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    LOL, this post is so cute…..especially gangster dogs. I reckon these gangster dogs are strays?

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