I hate it when my humans have to leave. I wish that they could stay at home forever to
give me attention, cuddles, and more food. Although I am independent and can survive
on my own, I miss my humans when they are not around. They play with me and keep
me active during the day.
I don't like being alone, but at least I can still play with my toys, hunt, and talk to the
moon. While keeping busy, I still wonder when my humans are coming home. I have a
whole cave to myself. That is a lot of space!
As I get bored, I start playing with objects in the house to keep myself busy. I tip them
over and wack them around with my paws until it goes underneath the big objects. I
like playing with the clingy thing that unlocks doors, oh! and caps that go onto human
drinks. That is a lot of fun!
My humans have small pieces they put into each other to create a big picture, and I love
to help build it! I just don't entirely know how to help and end up playing with the
pieces. I sometimes hide one away to keep my humans entertained. It works! They
search around for the missing piece.
I think I should take a nap. I am tired after hunting and hiding objects. I will lay on my
blanket until I fall asleep, and hopefully, my humans will be back to give me lots of food
and attention. I love my blanket! It's so soft and cuddly. Now I can purr myself to sleep.
Yawn, I have been sleeping forever, and I am still home alone. What takes those
humans so long? I hope they bring me lots of gifts and food for waiting so long! I am
going to sit at the door and wait until it opens. No matter how long it takes! Usually, it
takes a few years.
Finally! I hear the sound of the big thing on wheels that we always travel in. Mommy
and daddy are home. Let me go and call them from the back gate and follow them to the
front. Meow. Hi Mommy and Daddy, I have been a good Queen. I didn't break or
scratch anything, so I deserve treats!
I'm going to go get all my cuddles now!
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