I wonder a lot about what these humans do outside all day. Well, maybe "a lot" is overstating it. Mostly I wonder why they're not inside sleeping or playing with us or feeding us. What could be more fun than that?
Well, apparently they like to spend their time walking around and taking pictures of things. I don't really see the point, because their pictures don't smell like anything, and that's what's really interesting about other places! Humans are weird. They weren't out very long today, and they didn't come back with many pictures, though they did smell like pizza and sand and salt.
Yesterday they actually brought back a whole bag of stuff, including some pictures on flat cards (not just on the computer like they usually are) and little plastic bricks. It seems that they were at a place which has tons of these little plastic things, arranged into shapes to look like other things. That might have been interesting--I love climbing on stuff!--and I would have liked playing Godzilla and chasing birds around the miniature cities, but I probably wouldn't have enjoyed all those children running around.
The day before that, they came back with some really interesting smells! They had gone to a "wild animal park" where lots of different creatures live. I didn't recognize a lot of them, but a few of them smelled like cats--lions and tigers, apparently. It turns out there are much bigger versions of us that live outdoors and get to sleep on top of cars and rocks. Seems a little dangerous to me. And what about when you want some privacy? I prefer having lots of indoor spaces to hide when necessary. Supposedly these "big cats" are predators at the top of the food chain, but dude, you're still living in someone else's park.
|San Diego Wild Animal Park|
Two days ago, they brought back the biggest variety of scents, including flowers and some dust and stuff that smelled really old. I mean really, really old. Apparently that was from an exhibit about an ancient Roman city called Pompeii that was buried by a volcanic explosion that preserved a lot of artifacts. I don't really know what all that means, but I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have wanted to be there for that! Volcanoes are noisy.
After three days of running around, they seem to have come to their senses a little. They slept in this morning, and played with me for a while tonight! Otherwise, I spent most of the day looking out the windows. There's been a film crew staying at this hotel the whole time we've been here. I think they're shooting a documentary. And there are lots of birds!