* Dolito *

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pets talk: I Can’t Talk

on November 26, 2011

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Lucky (Golden Retriever) was approximately 7 years old when this photo was taken. A young lady brought her to Miss Dolito; she had waited for 3 years to come here and listen to Lucky’s words. She drove Lucky there, and Lucky lay on the floor looking tired.

Lucky: I feel uncomfortable after the ride. I feel uncomfortable now. (after a while) I haven’t had lunch yet. I don’t have strength; I’m hungry. Therefore, I can’t talk!

Miss Dolito: Well, you’ve talked enough, considering. (We laughed.)

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Lucky (to her Mom): You’re old.

The Mom: Well. . . not ‘old,’ I’m just. . . 30! Not young either though.

Lucky: You look like 50.

The Mom: WHAT?!!

I got to say, Lucky was really good at using hyperbole.

Lucky: I wish I could see you get married.

The Mom: Well, it’s a little too early to talk about this. . .

Lucky: It’s about time!

We laughed. Lucky thought in the way of a traditional woman in Asia. ‘If a woman is not married when she reaches 30, she’d probably be forever alone.’ That’s the logic of Lucky’s.

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All of a sudden, Lucky turned to her Mom and rested her head on her Mom’s thighs. She looked as if she lost all her energy.

Lucky: I’m sick.

The Mom (very nervous): How can it be? I have her health examined every 6 months, and it’s been pretty well, no big problems. . .

Lucky: I don’t feel well. You’d better brace yourself. . .

The Mom (starting to cry): What? No. . .wait, no!

It all happened too fast. We didn’t know how to react or what to say to comfort Lucky’s Mom. And at this very moment, Lucky spoke again.

Lucky: I’m afraid there won’t be a next time to see Miss Dolito, so I just take the opportunity to say goodbye to you.

We were totally speechless, oh God, Lucky! You just scared the hell out of your Mom! But it was so good to know that Lucky was fine and healthy!

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Lucky (to her Mom): Thank you for raising me!

Lucky’s Mom smiled and patted Lucky on her back, and then asked about her ‘real’ health condition.

Lucky: Totally unwell.

We didn’t know if it was because of hunger/carsickness, or it was because she really didn’t feel good. Lucky’s Mom was going to bring her to the vet just to be cautious.

Lucky: Worshiping here makes me feel comfortable.

It’s the temple where Miss Dolito worships God, and where she chooses to hold the pet consultation.

Lucky: Somebody in my home has the habit of chanting the sutra.

The Mom: Yes, my mom does.

Lucky: Tell her to chant more and dedicates it to me.

We once again laughed. Lucky’s Grandma dedicated her prayers to everyone in the family, Lucky included without doubt. Lucky, Lucky, how lucky you are!

April 30, 2011

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