I have a fair assessment on what tend to happen when humans are being careless and overfeed these creatures. Usually it end up with the humans setting out on a quest to find and adopt a new similar creature. Once caught the human immediately show consideration to his first creature by offsetting some of the overfeed content in is bloated belly over to the newest family member. Its a rather kind gesture to both, because (and quite obviously) this new found scrawny creature has been kept on an empty belly, starved for a long time. However, despite all the consideration a human show their creatures they will (for reasons best known to them) continue feeding their creatures to the brink of capacity – and go looking for another pet to the collection - a repeating pattern.
I do find it highly unusual to see these creatures outside of their natural habitat. Being outdoor is certainly unheard of. Before having bonded with a human they can often seen gathered in groups of various size, but always indoors. Its a good nice sight to see though. Maybe these creatures should occasionally visit outdoors, maybe they have a sort of connection to the outdoors in a past life or something… Cooler still is to see the young and the adults together going about their business. The young ones look happy
Sadly, I Do not know who the photographer of this rare occasion was.