All I can tell you is that the bait was left untouched. We think the rat has escaped. How and when and where… we have no idea. Even if the rat has died due to our abuse, surely Chester is able to sniff his body stench by now.
Mom said she wanted to keep the rat glue a little longer. I think it’s not a good idea since we have a very famished dog in the house. Although Chester has no way of reaching the glue but still some precaution is better right?
Speaking about this famished dog of mine. Well, he’s actually quite an obedient dog. We have food such as cakes and oranges on the floor altar as an offering to ‘Tei Chiu Kong’ (God of Earth I think) and this cute golden dog has never EVER touch the food except some sniffing intention only. Even when he’s home alone or busy rampaging the house with newspaper and toilet paper, the foods were left unharmed.
There are times when his tennis ball roll to a standstill near the offerings and what did my dear Chester do? Carefully and gently, he’ll retrieve the tennis ball for me. You can see his tender side when he’s retrieving the ball. Aiyooo so cute! 💓 I feel like wanna cekik him with my cuddle.
But I just got to say a prayer: TOUCHWOOD. Never underestimate a golden especially one that will do anything for food.