No, not that either. That's the beagle unimpressed that I was trying to take a good picture of him by the rice fields on his daily walk.
You see, in my neighborhood we have no yards. We have rice fields and vegetable gardens between houses, strange narrow rivers that run up and down strange narrow streets, but no big yards. Because of this people have to put there stuff where they can. Things tend to get cramped and stacked. I've been walking the same 30-minute route for seven years and still I discover new sights every single day.
And yesterday I discovered this!
It's hard to see. I had to lean up and over a gray cinder block fence to take the picture.
It's a cage. And over the cage is thrown a kind of net. You know, so that whatever is placed inside has no hope of escaping. A clever dog must live here, I thought.
Wait. I soon noticed the small chair. Dogs don't sit in chairs.
And if you look closer...there is a table in front of the chair.
Since the thought of a rowdy child is a little too morbid and sad to consider...I'm thinking monkey. A monkey who likes to sit outside in the garden and drink tea at his table and is prone to running off to bother the neighbors.
What if they have one of these?
*Edit* to add the mysterious flat rock with small ceramic critters and coconut picture. This is right beside the cage.