I love dogs as if they are my lovers. Ha ha! That's right! This is Darling, my favourite dog, but was lost because of my dad. Oh, you are going to pay for this, dad. A lot!
When she was born, my siblings and I were arguing on what name suits her best.
The list: Bilu, ......(I can't remember), and Darling. So, of course, Darling won! Ha ha!
I just can't part with her, so I'll bring her to almost everywhere I go. She's too heavy to carry by hand, so I'll let her sit inside this wakid. She really likes it that way. How I miss her.
She's just so fluffy.
Looking at her innocent eyes, made me feel like cuddling her all the time. Ha ha!
This is her favourite way of sleeping. In fact, she sleep so soundly, that she snores.
She grows, and became so hyperactive.
Darling and my dad's dog Longuk. The black dog at the back is her mother, Topikung. My family has a strange taste for dog's names.
She has to be chained since she will chase and most likely bite every living person that walk pass our home.
However, it doesn't seems to bother her much.
She'll sleep like a good kid when she has nothing else to do.
Realizing that I am still there, taking photos, she'll spare me some time. Ha ha! How I love her.
She grows older, and bears a pup, named Baby.
She looks thinner, most probably because of the delivery, but I still love her best. Baby is a girl too, but mom gave her away since the villagers are fighting for Darling's pup. Darling, you are so famous.
Baby grows up, and Darling gave birth to another set of puppies.
They are supposedly eight of them, but two of them passed away.
Darling is easily distracted.
Undoubtedly, she loves her babies.
She came home running in the rain to feed the puppies.
Six of them.
However, Darling is here no more. She was lost, while I am in UK. Dad should have taken care of her, looked for her, but he didn't. I sometimes, dreamt of her, cried for her, but there's nothing I could do here. Pray? Maybe that's the only thing left for me to do. It has been two months since she was gone now, and it would be a miracle if I found her again on July, when I come home for the summer holiday.
I love you, ma' dahling.