Some creatures, mostly of the human variety, have "cribs", "pads", "man-caves" or ("Auntie Nicole" supposes) "woman-caves", "dens", and other various colloquially-described residences. Camille has a house which she shares with a twice-removed cousin, a "Mimi", an "Auntie Nicole", and a "Mom-Mom"; and her turntables tend to be chairs, couches, carpets, mats, beds, blankets, and any other soft surface that she can use.
As the government shutdown continues, meanwhile, Camille is obliviously chilling with her "Mimi".
As for Reilly, she is also obliviously chilling and waiting for "Momma" to take her upstairs so that they can go "night nights". "Momma", thus, is wrapping up for the night and nonetheless thinking about how a government shutdown is exacerbating her mental-illness flareup—another one which was brought on partly by not having a clear answer re a certain matter, and which has kept her up late into the night and affected Reilly.
As the saying goes, chai, zeh chai—life is life—and Camille maybe could provide some of her canine "music" for any movie that would be made about her and Reilly or her and "Mimi"/"Auntie Michelle", "Auntie Nicole"/"Momma" and Reilly, or whomever else.