Our pet Zorro would be dearly missed!

d2956-dsc_9489I was deeply saddened to learn that our beloved pet Zorro had passed away. Everyone in the family was very close to Zorro since he also got a sickness when he was just a pup and he almost didn’t make it then. But after he was taken to the vet he eventually got better and grew up healthy.

Zorro got big and strong and he always did his duty as the guard dog of the house. Often, he would be awake throughout the night and be asleep during the day.

After some time, we had another dog in the house which we called Milky due to a white spot that runs on her tummy. Milky is the daughter of another dog of ours, Sasha. Later, Zorro and Milky had several puppies but sadly only one survived. My niece, Thea, fondly called this puppy survivor, Baby Z, since her spotted eyes looked just like Zorro’s. Eventually all three of them became our beloved pets and loyal guard dogs.

We would all miss Zorro. Zorro was so gentle and kind. Even though Thea would sometimes pat him strongly on the head, Zorro would just dismiss this and would just look calmly at Thea. Thea would then just go on patting him again. But when Zorro sensed a stranger, his bark would be so loud it could be heard even next door.

So thanks again for the loyal service our dear pet Zorro. We would greatly miss you!

Zorro the Dog by israelv
Zorro the Dog, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

Pet Photoshoot

Aside from toys, my next favorite subjects are pets.  I’m pleased to introduce our three pets below:

Zorro the Dog by israelv
Zorro the Dog, a photo by israelv on Flickr.
Kitten the Cat by israelv
Kitten the Cat, a photo by israelv on Flickr.
Milky the Pup by israelv
Milky the Pup, a photo by israelv on Flickr.