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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Happy Food Day Mami!


Yab yu Mami!

***Mami's not feeling well since they arrived home last Sunday night from Bicolandia. I wish she feels well on her Food Day, and I also wish for lots of food for me :D

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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Happy 72nd Monthsary Mami and Dada!

Mocha : Happy 6th AnniverFoodsary Mami and Dada! Yabyu! Where's the food ? :D

Mocha : Happy Food Day Ninong Raki! Where's my food gift? :D

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

New Family Members

Hello guys!

I just want to inform you that my Lola adopted one puppy and named him Bruce. And my slutty baby sister Tria gave birth again to five little kittens, unfortunately one died :~(.

I will post their pictures and stories on my next post :D. For now, I need to eat my snack then sleeps.

Goodnight :D

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Posted by Mocha @ 8:33 PM
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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Pose for PAWS

My dada received an email from PAWS (The Philippine Animal Welfare Society) inviting us to join the "Pose for PAWS" on July 20, 2008 at Eastwood City from one o'clock in the afternoon to six o'clock in the evening. My dada and I wanted to come but since I am still in heat, mami will not allow me to go :~(. Maybe next time if my "period" is done I can go. :D

Here is what dada's received email from PAWS says:

Dear friends,

You and your pets are invited to pose for PAWS

July 20, Eastwood City, 1 to 6pm

Attached POSTER

Your contribution: P395 per backdrop.

There will be three backdrops at the venue. You can have your photo taken at one backdrop or at all of them - depending on your budget.

Now's your chance to have your portrait taken with your pet - and help raise funds for the PAWS animal shelter.*

Please forward the attached poster to other pet guardians and animal lovers.

See you on the 20th!
-The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

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Saturday, June 28, 2008

I am In Heat... :'(

What is Heat?

According to Squidoo, Estrus ("heat") is the mating period of female animals. When estrus occurs, animals are said to be "in heat" or "in season." Dogs generally have their first estrous cycle at 6-12 months of age. Large breeds may not have their first estrus until they are 12-24 months of age.
Female dogs in heat are somewhat similar to a human female in menstruation. During the "heat" cycle, the dog may became pregnant.

The estrous cycle:

1. Proestrus: Starts with the appearance of vaginal bleeding. It normally lasts from 4 to 9 days. Increased swelling of the vulva and possibly an increase in urination. Male dogs become very persistent, but she will not yet mate with them.

2. Estrus: The female will accept the male and conception can occur. The vaginal discharge is more yellowish than bloody. Usually, the stage lasts for 4 to 13 days. Your female will allow any male dog to breed with her at this time.

Metestrus and anestrus: Periods of ovarian activity, but with no symptoms. False pregnancies can occur during metestrus.


The dog will bleed from the vagina and may have swelling of the vulva and increased urination. Small
dogs will of course have less bleeding and may be harder to spot.

I just hate it when I'm in heat, I can not play inside Lola and mami's room. and I am forced to wear my undies with panty liner on it! grosshhh.

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Posted by Mocha @ 5:33 PM
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Sunday, June 22, 2008

Rain.. Rain... go away!

sleepy me plus the ponytail of my bored mami =)

Since early this morning, it's already raining so hard in our place plus the fact that its brownout. Coolness! The only thing that mami and I can do is sleep and wait for our lunch (Nilagang Baka) that is being cook by my lola. (It makes me more hungry when waiting!)

Finally before lunch time, electricity came back. We ate lunch (I sit at the table beside mami :D). Rain is still pouring hard and I badly needed to go out to make a pee but I do not want to get wet. My lola accampanied me to her mini garden to make a pee, but still I cant because I still get wet. And at the end my kind lola allowed me to pee on her laundry place, she said that she will just clean it. =) (yabyu lola)

I hate it when it rains! I can't go out... I hate it when i step on wet cements/floor. I hate it when I can't play with my friends outside :(.

*Sigh*... I wish rain will stop soon... All i can do right now is sing...

*Rain, rain, go away
Come again some other day
Mocha want to go outside and play
Come again some other day :(*

After i post this entry, I will just sleep. (still raining hard!)

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Posted by Mocha @ 2:00 PM
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Saturday, June 14, 2008

Doggie Trivias

Here are some facts and trivia about us. =)

Enjoy reading.

- Female dog bites are twice as numerous as male bites.

-The name of the dog on the Cracker Jack box is Bingo.

-The Beatles song Martha My Dear was written by Paul McCartney about his sheepdog "Martha."

-The canine nose works one million times more efficiently than the human nose.

-The average dog has 42 permanent teeth.

-Most domestic dogs are capable of reaching speeds of 32 kms per hour when running flat out but the members of the greyhound family may reach speeds up to 70 kms per hour.

-A male dog urinates with one leg up to better mark his territory. The scent can tell him many things, including size and health. The size is judged by the height of the stain. Male dogs although, do not actually need to lift their leg.

-A dogs ear is very sensitive, full of sensory nerves that help to preserve hearing. Never, blow into a dogs ear, even gently can hurt a dog. It's not the actual act of wind, but the frequency at which you blow. It's like running your fingers on a blackboard, amplified hundreds of times.

-It is said that dogs come from a creature similar to a wolf called Tomarctus ("father of dogs") which roamed about 15,000,000 years ago. Dogs first became pets for cavemen, while the Greeks used them for hunting and as guards. Romans traveled through Europe and brought their dogs with them. These dogs bred with the local dogs and gradually many different breeds were created. (Information found at: kidzworld.com)

-"According to tests made at the Institute for the Study of Animal Problems in Washington D.C., dogs and cats, like people, are either right-handed or left-handed; that is, they favor either their right or left

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Posted by Mocha @ 4:34 PM
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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Pink Nails by Mami

My mami see to it that her nails and my nails are always clean. That is why she makes it a point that every week she cleans her nails while she cut my nails whenever needed (when it's sharp already).

There is one time that when mami is cleaning her nails and i was just watching her do it... she puts a pink nail polish on one of my nails, it felt cold but i did not took away my paw, so mami decided to put a pink nail polish on all my nails. And i think i like it! =)

So, what do you think? Is it pretty? Maybe next time i'll ask mami to try putting different colors on my nails. :D

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Posted by Mocha @ 6:36 PM
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Friday, June 6, 2008

PayPerPost Approved!

My dada is the one who really influenced me in blogging. I just started blogging last January 2008. It all started when I am surfing the net and reseaching for food. I came across a few blogs (including my mami's and my dada's and decided to read them and i enjoyed it. I got an idea of having my own blog, i mean flog (food blog)... hehehe... that's why eveyday i ask my dada to make my flog until he finally agreed.

I decided to write my own story on how i survived a tragic accident when i was still a baby and my everyday life. I want to share it all with you.

Through reading other blogs, I've seen some with payperpost on them and thought of trying to monetize my bflog. That is why i decided to sign up for payperpost last month and after just a few days, My flog was approved!

I am happy to know that i will soon earn money through my blog. It also excites me to inform you that this entry of mine will earn $20.00 that I can use to buy my own vitamins, dress, treats and for my medical check up. I can now help my mami and dada in my expenses. =)

Surely payperpost helps blogger enjoy more what they do. =)

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Posted by Mocha @ 11:26 PM
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Friday, March 21, 2008

For Dog Lovers

I read this on my tata CB's blog and decided to share it with all of you, since i know that all of them are true =).

1. Dogs don’t interrupt. Sometimes we just need someone to listen. Get a dog and you will know what we mean.

2. People who have dogs are less prone to illness. Dogs keep their humans calm and are the best stress-relievers around. Any dog owner will tell you that no day is complete without a snuggle and a hug from their pet companion.

3. People with dogs live longer. Dogs give people a reason to go on living. They make life bearable and they love without bounds.

4. Dogs are not ashamed to show their feelings. They snuggle close and lick your face whether there are people around or not.

5. Dogs can sniff cancer. A recent study in the US has shown that a Miniature Schnauzer was able to sniff cancer growth in a human. A cancer-sniffing dog from Nova Scotia is getting a gold star. Georgina Bramwell’s Pomeranian is earning a spot in the Purina Animal Hall of Fame after the dog’s constant pawing led her to find a cancerous lump in her breast a year ago. “I thought Teddy Bear was crazy when he was digging at me,” said the 76-year old from Waverley, N.S. “The night when he jumped on me, that when I realized, because I didn’t know (my breast) was painful until then.” Bramwell went to the doctor and soon after was diagnosed with breast cancer. Within a week, a cancer specialist successfully performed a mastectomy on her right breast. “I wouldn’t have known,” she said.

6. Dogs render a great service to mankind. They are guides for the blind, search and rescue dogs, bomb-sniffing dogs, dogs used to track down criminals, dogs used to sniff out drugs and fake DVDs.

7. Dogs forgive. Dog guardians may be occasionally guilty of not spending quality time with their pets. But these animals do not carry grudges. The minute you remember to bring them out for a much-needed walk or the minute you pick up that frisbee, the tail wags, looks of adoration is again in place, all is forgotten and forgiven.

8. Dogs never complain. The reason why dogs make such great housemates. They never grumble. Whatever works, works. Sleeping on the couch, sleeping on the floor, sleeping with you in bed. Just make sure the rules are clear from the start, and your dog will be a happy dog for as long as you provide for his basic needs and give him a few minutes of your day for tummy-scratching, bonding session.

9. Adopted or rescued dogs are the most Grateful animals in the world. An adopted pet from a shelter pays you back in love and loyalty. Pets in shelters have been abandoned and feel it. When adopted, these pets bond with an enduring love and that few relationships can match.

10. Dogs are life savers. Dagul, a native dog, saved a family in Baguio from a landslide; Champ, a Rottweiler, saved a sacristan from drowning in a flashflood in Quezon.

11. Dogs Heal. The Doctor Dog program of PAWS has been able to bring our therapy dogs, the Doctor Dogs, to the pediatric cancer ward in hospitals and the smiles on children’s faces alone tell us that animal-assisted therapy works. There is an instant between dogs and kids. In one school for autistic kids, the teachers got all excited when a child spoke with one of our Doctor Dogs. What was the big deal? The teacher explained that the boy has been in her class for year and has not spoken a word to anyone. Until that day.

12. Dogs are an effective medium of communication and growth for children. Again, according to the Doctor Dog Manual, “Interaction encourages the development of nurturing relationships and empathic responses. Children learn interpersonal and care-giving skills. Dogs widen their scope of experience and provide a new viewpoint of the world.” “Research has shown that children with pet dogs score higher on measures of empathy, self-esteem and self-concept that those who do not have pet dog.”

13. Dogs reduces stress. From the Doctor Dog Manual courtesy of Animals Asia Foundation (AAF), “One recent US study on cardiovascular reactivity to stress demonstrated that chemical inhibitors to lower blood pressure had no effect on a patient’s reactivity to mental stress. However, following the introduction of a friendly dog, cardiovascular reactivity to mental stress was considerably diminished.”

14. Dogs are good trackers. The participation of Bloodhounds Dolly and Shadow from the AFP-Canine Unit finally led the soldiers to the hideout where Abu Sayyaf kept their hostage Gracia Burnham. Shadow Received the award for both himself and the deceased Dolly an award for bravery from the Philippine Animal Welfare Society last October 2005.

15. Dogs are intelligent. There are studies that show that the German Shepherds that police use as partners on the field may possess the intelligence of a five-year-old child. Language and sign commands are easily grasped. Of course, many dog owners will agree that their dogs often show a greater level of IQ than some of people they meet at work, or in government offices.

16. Dogs know who our true friends are. We know of many people who can “fake” being good friends with you just because of some ulterior motive. Here’s a tip from a PAWS volunteer who actually admitted “dogs-testing” her husband before she agreed to marry him. She was always with her faithful Chow-Chow, named Cookie, when people came a-courting. All her other suitors had been barked at by Cookie whenever they gave her a compliment, which the girl would also feel to be untrue. Cookie seemed to dislike all her other suitors. But there seemed to be a sign that her hubby was the one when Cookie jumped up the couch to sit beside him when he first came to the house.

17. Dogs give us a boost of confidence. They say that if you are nervous about making that big presentation, practice in front of your dog. There are studies that show that dogs actually help children who have trouble reading out loud in class. It seems that kids are scared by the possibility of mispronouncing a word that they commit more mistakes in process. A pioneering teacher asked a student to read to a dog and this improved the student’s read-aloud skills greatly. Now, many schools across the US are also welcoming “Professor Dogs” in the classroom to give kids that morale and confidence boost to take that extra step to excellence.

18. Dogs entertain us. Dogs can be trained to perform tricks. But dogs are most entertaining when they are just being their silly selves. Burying a newfound treasure, chasing after its tail, looking up with puppy-dog eyes when they want something from you.

19. Dogs don’t care if you didn’t brush your teeth or comb your hair. People do not feel the need to be self-conscious about their appearance when there’s a friendly canine at the doorway.

20. Dogs understand us even if we don’t talk. Ever noticed that your dog seem to sense when you are sad lonely? Dogs have a remarkable connection with their owners not just because of their keen sense of hearing or smell, the strength of their emotional bond with their humans can be mind-boggling.

21. Dogs warn us about danger and keep us safe. We all know the value of dogs as a guard dogs. We were told that Pikang, a native dog, who was just being fed leftovers by members of the Jaguar Unit of the 104th Infantry Brigade of AFP stationed in Basilan, proved that she could pay the soldiers back many times over. Pikang, could sniff out insurgents from a mile away and warn the troops by barking or stopping during trek when the enemy was approaching. As a result, the Jaguar Unit was the only unit with zero casualties in the rebel-infested area. Pikang is the lone native dog awardee among purebred dogs in K-9 units at the Philippine Animal Welfare Society’s 2005 Golden Paw Awards.

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- Rain.. Rain... go away!
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