"I am a cat" is the title of a Japanese very famous novel written by Soseki Natsume one hundred years ago. It is a story describing the students' daily life from the point of a cat's view. It is so popular that most Japanese know the starting part of the novel, "I am a cat. I don't have my name yet. I have no idea about where I was born. I just remember it was a dark place." The author's face is printed on the 1,000 yen bill. Anyway, I sometimes think about a cat's view. What are they usually thinking about and how are they thinking about their owner? Lots of owners regard them as their family member, however, most cats don't seem to be thinking in the same way. They are always selfish and on their own pace; they play, eat and sleep whenever they like to do so and ignore their keeper's face different from dogs. This is my friends' cat and he was put in the cage to be carried, in accordance with my friends' moving. You can see how he hates his present situation. His face was full of hatred and he was crying for a long time even after released in the new place. He might look poor, though I think he is the happiest cat as far as I know; he can play in the nature field and sleep in a warm house with enough meal. He is like a nobleman as his owners call him.