A little later in the morning I noticed CARROT was hanging out by the cat bowls.
I often spend morning hours in my sewing room. As I was leaving the room I discovered CARROT had perched itself in the doorway.
Later I found CARROT laying by a cabinet in the dining room.
Then CARROT found a soft spot on the rug in front of the kitchen sink.
In the afternoon I found CARROT taking a nap with the cat.
Here CARROT is hanging out by the dining room table. CARROT must know it's dinner time.
When I went to get ready for bed I found CARROT laying on the bathroom vanity.
Sometime in the middle of the night I got up to get a drink of water and found CARROT sleeping on the step in the living room.
CARROT is housebound but does get plenty of exercise and manages to keep itself entertained. CARROT also enjoys social time spent with the best buddies a CARROT could hop for, Jazz and Rose (they are much better to have around than a bunny, which one finds in most CARROT stories).