It's not terribly often that businesses commission statues to decorate their offices, even less often when the "office" is a regular house on a residential street. Yet here is a statue outside of the home base of a company that appears to simply be called "Assisted Living", apparently depicting the sort of people whose living could be assisted for some amount of money. Shockingly, shockingly, shockingly it's actually a really high quality statue. Good detail, the humans look like humans and not weird mannequins, the animals look cute and not evil, all in all it's a superior work in a world where most statues fall into the uncanny valley. If every statue in a graveyard looked like this instead of generally horrible, I'd be out of a
job unpaid hobby.