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Looks like we are in some luck

25/08/2012

We went to Nex Shopping Mall yesterday, i came across a booth for obedience classes, wanted to take a look at the brochure and prices. I then saw a lady, wearing dress and portraying some sort of high class look, she was attending one of the classes there and i supposed she was confirming her attendance with the guy at the booth.

Her poodle suddenly pooped, she looked down at the mess, walked to a corner and acted as if she was searching for something in her handbag. We stared at her throughout, hoping she sees us staring and would pick up her dog's poop, she didn't. After acting like she was looking for something in her bag for a minute, she quickly pulled her dog into the dog playground, the guy that was at the booth spoke in a light tone after she walked away, he said "hey your dog poo poo". I assume the lady didn't hear that, and i can see that the guy was very unhappy with the lady, in my opinion i believed he didn't move forward to tell her off further because she paid for the obedience classes. The guy picked it up eventually. And did i mention more than 10 people were there and looking at her while she did it.

We are very "lucky" to meet such people within 2 weeks, and i think the lady is in luck too because she is going to appear in our blog as a special celebrity!

The award for more irresponsible owner of the month goes to.....

1st

Runner up

Congratulations to the winners, the 1st prize will get a free poop bag from us, runner ups will get a free tissue pack! Email us at amberwonderland@gmail.com to claim the prizes. Prizes that are not claimed by 2020 will be donated to the charity.

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