Suddenly I heard a noise behind me.
We arrived at the Lake in the afternoon, me and my family. First thing we stopped at the Agency to get the keys of the rented apartment. The lady accompanied us to make sure everything was alright and to show us the place. The house was a typical mountain construction with two apartments; ours was on the first floor. Inside the furnishing was all wooden, the kitchen pretty essential and old, the bedrooms small and with creaking beds. When the lady left we started unpacking and we released our house cat from her little cage. She was miserable, but nonetheless funny. She rushed to a corner under the living room table and then started to paw carefully about the house all low on her leg, with her belly brushing against the floor. She was sniffing at the new smells and checking every angle. We gave her food and water to drink but she didn't even look at it. Clearly, she was distressed and unsure about the new place.