I don't know what's up with my human the last while, but she keeps shoving her tapping mini flat box in my face. It seems like she wants me to do something, but I don't know what. She doesn't always do it, but sometimes she is weird.
She mostly does it when I play, eat, cuddle, sleep or hunt. Oh wait, that is always! Okay, so I guess she always does it! She does it the most when I play in bags or boxes! It is awkward to play while a tapping box is in your face and makes an annoying clicking sound the whole time.
When I try to do something, my human distracts me with this box thing. Sometimes I try to dig a hole, attack flowers, or hunt, but when I see the box, I don't know what she expects of me and try many tricks to entertain mommy.
Sometimes my servant is just in my way! I don't always like to please her. She is supposed to please me or serve me food. I like it when they are my servants. She can use this time to move the stick so that I can catch my fake mouse.
When she has this box, she follows me everywhere! Inside, outside and sometimes in between the
bushes to see what I am doing. I kind of like the attention! I like it when Mommy and Daddy are close to me.
Humans are very nosy and curious creatures. They don't like to miss out on anything and always
watch us doing everything! My kind only follows humans around when we want food or treats. It is too much work to watch their every move.
I always get confused and try to figure out what the box is supposed to do. It doesn't do anything else. It makes a bright light and a clicking sound. Then I figured it out. When the box makes a clicking sound, I am supposed to attack and kill it!
I need to concentrate and wiggle my bums to jump now! Bye
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