Hide and Seek
I love to play hide and seek in different types of ways. Hide and seek is my favorite game to
play with my humans. It is fun, active, and adventurous. I can play indoors, outdoors, with or
without my humans. I can hide in cupboards, boxes, and under objects.
My favorite is to play hide and seek with my humans, they hide away as well. They are
always fun to play with! They open all the empty cupboards, drawers, boxes, and bags to hide
in. They also open the windows and doors so I can hide inside or outside.
Some people think I can’t play Hide and Seek, but I am a pro at hiding. So let me explain to
you how the game works. My humans run around the house and hide somewhere, then I will
sneak up to them and try to find them. It is easy to find them! They aren't too good at hiding
but don't tell them I said so.
After I find them, I tap them with my paw, run away and hide somewhere. Sometimes behind
the pillar, under objects, in boxes, in cupboards, or in shoes. But I'm not going to tell you all
my secrets. When they find me, I run away and hide somewhere else. Sometimes I will give
them a chance to hide again.
While my humans are busy working, I tap them with my paw and try to play Hide and Seek.
They don't always want to play because they are trying to make monies to buy my food.
Sometimes I keep on tapping, running away, and hiding. My hiding skills are too good. When
my humans take too long to find me, I fall asleep in my hiding spot.
I like to play hide and seek outside as well. My humans always struggle to find me while I am
outdoors. I have the best camouflage skills. I mostly like to hide at night while it is dark
because humans don't have night vision. It makes it more difficult for them to find me to get
Hide and seek is a great game to play! You should try it sometime!
I'm going to go hide in my secret place now! Cheoooww
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