Domestic Rewilding - In 2050, animals have equal rights to access and use land, including public spaces and private residences. This has created more room for wildlife and improved the environment. However, in the past, animals faced challenges due to urban expansion and global warming. Some animals had to survive in cities without clear regulations for their protection.
To address this issue, the government enacted the Animal Welfare Act in 2050, providing guidelines for protecting urban wildlife. Before that, Charleston House, a historic landmark in Sussex, England, was left unmanned. Animals began creating their own habitat there, catching the attention of a zoologist. Intrigued, the zoologist decided to live in Charleston House and observe the behaviours and habitats of these animals. The journey of a zoologist is directly associated with the process of enacting laws.