What’s KPC? Kay Po Chi of course!
If you’re a Malaysian then this abbreviation is nothing new to you.
For my non-Malaysian readers, kay po chi means busybody.
So, how do you identify a KPC dog?
First you’ll notice KPC’s legs are always in an awkward position.
Like for this case, trying to get a better height and view.
Secondly, you’ll notice an elongated neck stretching to the other side.
Finally, after some snooping around the neck will always come back to normal so that it won’t attract passerby.
3 simple steps to catch (identify) a KPC. 😀
I believe this 3 steps apply to both man and dog. Don’t you think so? Hahaha
Look how happy my dog is… checking out the next door neighbor.
He has 3 reasons to being a busydoggy (KPC).
1. To spy on Mr. Shadow (in this picture)
2. To spy on the cute baby
3. To spy on a pretty lady
The worst part about him being a KPC is that he did this daily. Not once, not twice but more than that. To be honest, I’m a little ashamed.
The cute baby occasionally toss his balls (blue, green, orange), toys and even sticks and hangers to our place. So in a way it sort of neutralize my embarrassment towards my dog. Hehehe