Monday, August 4, 2014
So many injustices going on in Singapore. Really a shameful country. I can't believe they are promoting irresponsible pet ownership by allowing people to buy dogs on impulse with their NDP coupons. I will not be supporting any NDP celebrations from now on.
And our very own NDP committee Deputy Chairman Teo Cheng Leong has to make such an insensitive and unethical remark. Really I hope he gets reborn as a dog and then bought by irresponsible people on impulse and end up being tortured and abused.He deserves it.
And these blasted people have to leave their dog trapped in the car without any air. Hope they die horribly.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
I've been experimenting with the Note 3 ' animated photo feature and so far, it's been rather interesting trying it out on Zest and Honey. While I haven't got it fully figured out yet, the function basically takes 2 or more animated subjects and allows you to freeze one.
It does come with a few flaws though, firstly, your subjects ideally shouldn't be touching each other as it makes freezing one difficult. The other is, once u have edited a photo, it becomes a fully animated gif and it can't be edited or changed back to the original file anymore.
Saturday, January 4, 2014
A few days ago I came across a story on one of SPCA's adopted pets, a hamster. I thought it was quite sweet to feature adopted pets and what become of them. For a while, we have been neglecting Boss because Zeus and Honey took up so much of our time. But this Christmas, I went all out to buy Boss a Tunnel Haven and Cottontail cottage, and other goodies from Binky Bunny and I'm glad to see that Boss is pretty happy with his new toys.
Sunday, November 3, 2013
I went to Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre recently with the dogs and here's my experience.
Cafe Melba was quite nice. It was nearly empty and there was an indoor air-conditioned segment and a wide open patio with lots of seats and looking out into a big grassy field. I was having quite a nice time and the dogs were walking around freely, exploring the field and the tables. Two of the staff were also pretty nice, providing water for the dogs and stopping by to pet them.