She knows the bag isn't alive
You are mistake...it is clearly a squirrel.....until investigated lol
I'd forgotten how hard it is to entrust my semi-special needs boys to an unknown commodity but have recently moved & must attend a destination wedding.
I have 3 rescues: a 'normal' female, a male who's terrified of strangers and an extreme flight risk, plus a visually impaired youngster. The female & timid male do best sharing a kennel in non-free range facility with experienced staff and excellent security. The puppy wouldwould be happier in home setting with lots of humans, including older kids…he'd knock down or scratch a young child, plus he's a door Bolter.
If anyone knows a warm, experienced super-secure boarding kennel, or if you'd be interested in baby-sitting the youngster in exchange for similar care for your B, let me know!