Vlad looked at everyone. "Okay. So everyone to leave now? We have time to for one more place to look at." Walter said, "Oh, let's go to the art room. We should look at all the pictures.""Okay." Vlad said.
Rex kept walking until he saw a dog statue. "Yeah, This is weird." Vicky laughed. "Yeah...Hm...I wonder why they didn't make a cat statue." A student heard. "Oh because we don't have a pet cat yet and President Vlad and Victor are too busy to be our models. Shela would like to meet some more talking animals like her." Rex's ears went up. "Who?" They looked at him. "Shela. She's our talking dog and she posed for this statue."
Jake smiled and walked slowly trying not to look at the statues until he heard Rex and Vicky. He turned to look at the dog statuea and listened. Jake smiled at the student. "You know I think Rex here wants to meet Shela. And while we're here visiting Vlad one of us could use our cat form to model for you if you want."
Walter grew happy. "Oh! I want to do it!" He transformed into a cat and laid down. Ralph looked at him. "You just wanted to be lazy huh?" Walter looked at him. "Maybe." The student laughed. "You stay there. I'll go get Shela." After a few minutes, Rex saw a dog. He grew happy while they sniffed each other butts. Rex said, "Hi. I'm Rex!" Shela smiled. "Hi Rex! I'm Shela! It's nice to see another talking dog around here! Besides...I got to ask. Are you secretly a person transformed like that?" Rex shook his head. "Nope. All dog. Or snog." Shela wagged her tail. "Really?! Me to! I can't stand meeting other talking dogs. They're part human! I feel lonely like this but not anymore!" The student started to build the statue of Walter.
Jake looked at Walter and laughed a little bit. "Well I had a feeling Walter would want to do that." He turned to Ralph and smiled. "We're all part cat and entitled to wanting to be lazy at times." Jake turned when he heard a dog walk in so he turned to Vicky and the others. "Let's give Rex some time alone to get to know Shela. And we should go so the student can focus on the statue of Walter."