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Thursday, May 8, 2008
This is something that only people have precious 4 legged pets to fully understand. Now a days when I meet with people who have very valued pets we talk about them like our children. My mom talks about Jake like he is her son or grandson.

When ever my sister and i come home she will tell us stories about what Jake did that day. Sometimes I wonder if really dogs are so smart.

A few days ago I wanted to go to the Bank in the evening, when I reach home I told Jake .. Wait ah.. when your boss (my sister) come home I bring you kai kai to go to the bank. When he heard the kai kai he was excited but I told him again your boss not home.. wait for her to come home.

Then my sister came home and he started barking at her so excited and started greeting her. This was a suprise because most of the time when my sister come home he dont care. He will not get up until my sister call home he will be the King and she has to greet him 1st. So my sister was quite shock that he was excitied, he was like telling her.. Hurry up I want to go kai kai.

The next day I also reach home 1st but I didn't tell him that my sister come home he gets to go kai kai. Then he went back to his normal self of not greeting her or even pay any attention to her.

Yesterday I try the trick again.. told him that I will bring him kai kai when my sister come back. True to form.. when my sister came back he was barking and he actually ran out to greet her. After that he came in to tell me she is back and it him to go kai kai.

So did he understand what I say or was it a lucky guess !!!!!