Sometimes humans come to visit, and then they leave. These people are kind of dumb. Because I’m here. Why would you want to go someplace that is not here?
But oh boy oh boy oh boy. This new human has been here for almost 2 weeks now! I don’t think she’s ever leaving.
It all started when my old humans brought a blanket home with a strange smell. I spent a good time smelling it, looking at it, smelling it some more. Then I’d carry it around for a few minutes.
I was confused, but it was new and exciting.
Then they came home one day carrying something with the same smell, except this time there was a tiny human girl! Of course, I instantly wanted to play with her. Who wouldn’t?
Unfortunately, as was made very clear, the only position I’m allowed to be in when I am out the same time she is, is sitting or laying down. But I can’t really see her laying down. And so I sit. A lot. And I just stare.
Sometimes my tongue can sneak its way in and touch the back of her head. We both enjoy that.
Come to think of it, I’ve hardly eaten anything in two days, because I’ve been so busy. Time flies when you’re getting to know a new human!
The great thing about this human is that she makes noises almost ALL OF THE TIME. It’s great. I’ve always thought that night time at this place was a little too uneventful.
Now things are happening every few hours.
I think we’ll get along just fine. I’ll show her how to play fetch, and tug of war, and wrestle, and rub my ears, and play tug of war, and rub my ears, and play tug of war, and then rub my ears. Mmmmm, ears.
Tug of war is the best guys, and you can never have enough people to play it with.
But for now, I will just sit and watch. Much like my other humans do.