I'm sure that's what the animals say when they walk into the dining room and find a Christmas tree.
Dewey Kitty sniffs it and upon realizing that, unlike the pines outside, it has no birds nesting in it, dismisses the tree.
Caeli, the Border collie, though, questions the fairness.
She must follow the "clean mouth" rule, dropping all balls, sticks, and varmints before coming inside. The humans propped open the door and carried in a tree.
Then she turns hopeful. Will sheep soon follow?