Pets of Transport – Meet Jack!

Between surprise poops and hours of flying tennis balls, everything’s a fun game in Jack’s world! Get to know him and his human (a little better than you already do – hint hint) in this week’s edition of Pets of Transport.

Pets of Transport: What does your human do at Transport?

Jack: I have two humans but, to be honest, I’ve got no idea what Elizabeth does! One day my feline mates (Hamish and Finley) and I pulled everything out of her handbag. We found a business card and it says “Deputy Secretary, Customer Technology and Services” but I don’t know what that means. She won’t let me go into the office with her. At her last job, I was allowed to go into the office and I could see what she was up to.

PoT: Oh really, what did you do in her last office?

J: I was a bit of a star there. I've included a photo of me doing a performance review for someone, just to prove that I used to go to work. I was good at it!

PoT: And so, what do you get up to while your human is at work?

J: My other human, Stuart works from home sometimes so we (the other boys and I) all pile into the office together to help him. If he's doing stuff around the house, we help him do EVERYTHING (see photo of us gardening). Then we sleep, a lot. We get really pooped from working so hard.

PoT: What’s the strangest or most interesting thing that your human does?

J: Strangest thing is that both of my humans pick up my poo with plastic bags. That’s really weird. One day, (when we lived in Melbourne) I pooed in the warehouse where Elizabeth worked. I tried to hide it among the kid’s toys but it smelled really bad and she found it. I don't understand why they make such a big deal – it’s just poop!

Most interesting thing would be when we play with the ball at the beach. My two humans and I go out swimming for ages and they throw the ball back and forth in the water for me. I am fascinated by the ball. Every time. Even though I’ve seen it thousands of times. I find sticks fascinating too. I also like the tele.

PoT: Sounds like you have a very fun and active life! Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk to us today.

J: Do I get to play with my ball now?!


Between surprise poops and hours of flying tennis balls, everything’s a fun game in Jack’s world! Get to know him and his human (a little better than you already do – hint hint) in this week’s edition of Pets of Transport.

Pets of Transport: What does your human do at Transport?

Jack: I have two humans but, to be honest, I’ve got no idea what Elizabeth does! One day my feline mates (Hamish and Finley) and I pulled everything out of her handbag. We found a business card and it says “Deputy Secretary, Customer Technology and Services” but I don’t know what that means. She won’t let me go into the office with her. At her last job, I was allowed to go into the office and I could see what she was up to.

PoT: Oh really, what did you do in her last office?

J: I was a bit of a star there. I've included a photo of me doing a performance review for someone, just to prove that I used to go to work. I was good at it!

PoT: And so, what do you get up to while your human is at work?

J: My other human, Stuart works from home sometimes so we (the other boys and I) all pile into the office together to help him. If he's doing stuff around the house, we help him do EVERYTHING (see photo of us gardening). Then we sleep, a lot. We get really pooped from working so hard.

PoT: What’s the strangest or most interesting thing that your human does?

J: Strangest thing is that both of my humans pick up my poo with plastic bags. That’s really weird. One day, (when we lived in Melbourne) I pooed in the warehouse where Elizabeth worked. I tried to hide it among the kid’s toys but it smelled really bad and she found it. I don't understand why they make such a big deal – it’s just poop!

Most interesting thing would be when we play with the ball at the beach. My two humans and I go out swimming for ages and they throw the ball back and forth in the water for me. I am fascinated by the ball. Every time. Even though I’ve seen it thousands of times. I find sticks fascinating too. I also like the tele.

PoT: Sounds like you have a very fun and active life! Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk to us today.

J: Do I get to play with my ball now?!