Note for Ms. O'Sullivan & All Readers: Puppies and Kitties
It is truly a nice surprise that we got to see Willow in real picture! Wow, he is a big white cat, Ms. O'Sullivan... (or would you prefer that I call you Nuala?). I am sure he is a feisty cat, and it is probably hard to hold him still. Please give him a friendly handshake from me. I also got the chance to play with cats and dogs just recently. Last Sunday I was visiting a friend of mine who held a farewell party for several friends (they are about to leave and stay abroad for a while). Apparently, my friend has one Shih Tzu dog and one Beagle, both are girls and still look super cute as puppies. I couldn't find any decent pictures of the Shih Tzu, because she had always looked away whenever I took a snapshot of her furry face. As you may guess, the result may seem similar like a ball of fur or carpet *lol*. The Beagle was a bit naughtier, but I managed to steal her pictures when she was lying on the floor; felt exhausted after accommodating several "hysterical fans" like me *lol*. Those two puppies even had almost stolen people's attention that night from the cute -actual human- twin babies who were being introduced to us for the first time by our friends (the twin's parents).
Two days after that (yesterday)... I found several cats at one spot! So, I was working on audio for a TVC in an audio production studio. Usually, the process of making TVC is like this: research- brainstorm- make concept/ media plan- presentation- get approval from client- supervise production: pre-production- shooting- post production (color grading-offline-online-final mixing). We are already in mixing process, and going to deliver the result to TV stations soon. When I entered the studio, I saw this yellow kitty sitting so comfortably on a black couch. Well, he looked like a stray cat, really, but he was clean and looked like a domesticated kind. So, I asked people who work in the studio, and they said that there is one big mama cat who used to come a lot to the studio. One day they gave her milk, and she has always come back for more. When the cat got pregnant, she delivered her babies at the studio. Since then, those kitties practically lived there, and being taken care of by the studio crews. The cat sitting on black couch was the only boy, and he's a bit like a loner. See the way his sisters sleep at night... curling up against one another! I am not a cat person, yet I found this scene so cute and memorable. Do you ever think that caressing pet is actually therapeutic? I find it true, but then again... probably that effect goes only to women.
Thanks for the Gorilla ad and "The Guardian" ad, Nuala. I found that Phil Collins' song again when I watched the trailer of "Hangover". Maybe the song is legendary now, just like Tom Cruise's dance song in Risky Business ya... Have a great day, all. Tomorrow I will greet you again with my favorite commercial from Indonesia.
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