J is for jungle.
A jungle is typiclly a tropical deciduous forest, but can refer to anywhere the wild vegetation has taken over. Well my forests were decidiuous, and they sorta felt tropical in the summmer. There were lots of trees. Which meant there were lots of birds. Which usually meant there were lots of little birds. Little birds are tasty, and you don't have to share them with the other kitties. Although the big birds like owls, hawks, and eagles are too big for us to eat them. Sometimes they might try to eat us .
And sometimes in the summmer the grass got so tall it felt like a jungle. One night on the farm the dogs were up the hill and the grass was tall, so I had to stand on my hind legs to see wwhere they were.
There were sometimes some paths through our woods. Some were just big enough for a kitty, but some were big enough for a person or even a tractor or a pickuptruck. Sometimes on a hot day the cows will keep cool in the woods.
The other thing about the junglewoods is that there are often a bunch of bugs, insects, chiggers, ticks and other little nasties. Sometimes there are so many that the spiders make webs across the paths, which is sorta inconvenient, especially for those as big as humans.