After visiting my grandparents today, I sent The Girl home to get ready for her trip
to watch old footballers kick football to the National Stadium closing ceremony later the day. Upon reaching her place, we checked on Fa Cai and discovered a lump on his left cheek.
The Girl panicked. I decided to bring Fa Cai to the vet just to make sure he is ok and to give The Girl a peace of mind. Before Fa Cai and I went off for our little adventure less The Girl as she has to go off to National Stadium, The Girl gave the animal clinic a call.
This was how the call went:
The Girl: Hello, I like to make a appointment to see the vet.
Clinic: Sorry, we are fully booked.
The Girl: Oh I see, but this a kinda an emergency. (<-hahahahaha)
Clinic: We are not so crowded now, maybe you like to come now and see if I can slot you in between appointments?
After a long drive and wait at the crowded clinic, it was finally our turn. Fa Cai’s name was called rather loudly, much to the amusement of other pet owners. Fa Cai and I hid our face and quickly ran into the vet’s office. After molesting Fa Cai, the lady vet certified that Fa Cai is ok, no cancerous growth, no life-threatening condition and no emergency. Unwilling to leave without medication after such a long drive to the clinic, I
begged requested the vet to give Fa Cai some medication to aid his digestion. I think Fa Cai like the vet because as a parting gift, Fa Cai poo-ed twice on her hand.
Fa Cai and I decided that it was still too early to go home, so we went to hit some balls at the golf range nearby.
At the carpark of the golf range, Fa Cai checking out the babes.
Since Fa Cai didn’t bring his clubs, he could only watch me play. Today is his lucky day as we saw the NDP rehearsal fly past comprises of a Chinook carrying the huge Singapore Flag and four Super Pumas flying across the range. What a spectacular sight for us!
After a long day, we decided to head home for a well deserved rest. I had to drive rather gingerly home as Fa Cai fell asleep immediately in the car. Tsk.