I decided to sneak out of the yard to explore the neighborhood and make friends. The Garden service cut a branch off for me so that it is easier to escape. I think I like him now! I sneak out only at night when my humans can't see me very well. Otherwise, they will try to get me inside. I like the feeling of freedom. I haven't felt it before! My humans are overprotective, but my kind like to take risks.
I made a few friends on my way out, but I also made enemies. It looks like some of my kind don't like to make friends and Meow at me in a screaming way! It is a little bit scary to be out here now. Usually, my humans are always there to protect me. Although if I am inside the house the whole time, I won't be able to make new friends.
When I'm scared, I run and try to find my way home back to my humans. There are too many moving travel things on wheels! I don't like other people, too much movement, and those angry ones of my kind. How I wish I could be home right now! While I struggle to find my way back, I hear my humans calling me.
I decided to follow the voices until I reached home. It is early morning, and it is cold and raining. I am so glad to be back. I will never escape again! I cuddle up to my humans under the soft blankets to get warmth. Oh, how I missed them! I am so tired of all the stress. It is dangerous out there, just like Mommy and Daddy warned me!
As I fall asleep, I realize that I am hungry! On my way to eat my same old food, I spot Mommy's delicious dairy treat in a mug. Mommy fell asleep, and now it is my chance to eat her dairy! I hope she doesn't see me eating it. I know I'm not allowed to eat human food, but it looks delicious. Oh no! Mommy woke up and caught me eating the dairy!
Bye! I need to run away again before I get into trouble!
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