"Ninety seven, ninety eight, ninety nine, one hundred." Andrew jumped up after finishing one hundred push ups, he shook himself a little as he walked over to the side of the gym and picked up his water bottle and towel. After mopping off his wet furry forehead and face, he took a few big gulps of water. He took a few deep breaths, put both items down and began to climb the rock wall in the room. This was part of his daily routine. Go to the gym, exercise, keep his animal strengths sharp, back to his room, shower, go to the cafeteria, get some food, go back to his room eat, pace his room, take his tray back, go to the rec room, sit in a corner by himself probably working on a Sudoku puzzle or some other brain teaser, head back after a few hours to the cafeteria, more food, back to his room, take his tray back, then back to the gym and then back to his room. After he finished his work out, he headed back to his room, as he stripped down to nothing he picked up a picture off his nightstand. "Mother, I've missed you so, I'm leaving soon. I've been keeping fit, just as you had kept me. I love you Mother." He set the picture down and went to the shower. After he was clean he instead of going to get food walked towards the rec room. At this time a security guard would be getting off work and heading for the break room. Andrew bumped into him as he did. "Sorry." He mumbled. "Watch it freak." The guard said and pushed past him. Andrew then turned and jogged back to his room. After removing a brick from the wall he quickly shoved the keys he had just stolen from the guard in his "Accidental bump" and shoved the brick back in. This had always been his secret spot when he was younger. The only one who knew about it was his mother. Satisfied with himself he turned to go and get some food. After tonight he wouldn't be here. He would be gone. He would find a place that wasn't like this hell hole he was in. A place that treated his kind with dignity as his mother had. He was late to the cafeteria, the other residents were already there, he grumbled to himself and stepped into the line. Had he been there a few moments before he would be first and on his way back to his room already. As the person in front of him stepped forward inside he stepped forward too. At that moment he was shoved forward and had to catch himself, he turned ready to snarl but took a double take, it was Rusty. One of the few he didn't get angry with here. Instead he simply ignored him. Turning back around in the line he continued to fill his tray with an assortment of raw meats.