I don't like the man that visits the garden. I don't know him well, but he is scary. I love to play outside. While he is here, I am not allowed to play outside. I always tried to sneak past him when he opened the gate. So now I'm not allowed outside with him anymore.
I always try to watch him through the window to see what he is up to, but sometimes he goes around the corner, and I can't see him anymore. I wish I could be outside to see what he is doing. I beg Mommy to open the door, but she ignores me.
While he uses the scary noisy grass eater, I try to hide away! I hate things that make noise! What if he eats me? My humans won't survive without my love and cuddles. The tree chopper is scarier and makes even more noise!
The garden visitor likes to mess everything up. He always interferes with my garden and rearranges everything. He picks up my toys and puts them on a pile. He digs up the collections that I steal from inside and takes them back in, and he destroyed my graveyard!
As soon as he is gone, I can't wait to go outside! I meow at my humans non-stop until they open the door. When the door opens, I hurry to go outside! I need to inspect the whole garden to see what has changed. Why do humans always need to change things?
I smell every plant and roll in the garden to feel if it is any different. When the garden man is gone, I love to inspect the garden. I like to smell every piece of grass! I love to play with all the new plants and flowers. There are certain plants that I don't like, but he removes them for me.
I am still frustrated with my graveyard that is gone. I made a pile of trophies, and now they are gone! I guess I am going to have to start over again. Mommy hates my graveyard, but it makes me proud of my hunting skills.
Oh, I need to go now, there is a yummy bird in the tree! Meow
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