Curiosity may have killed the cat, but she was kind of asking for it. Still, there is nothing wrong with having a solid dose of curiosity about you. If it weren’t for the desire to see, know and learn about something, we wouldn’t have all the things we take for granted these days, like wheels and electricity.
Now, animals might not have the innate ability to create and innovate things, but their curiosity is still endearing to watch. Some are curious about their own kind, some about squirrels, some are even curious about babies. But this pup, he is curious about every animal he ever sees on the TV screen.
Whenever Ralfie sees an animal on TV, whether it be a dog, cat, bird, rabbit, squirrel or frog, he runs over to say hi! The tiny wire-haired pooch jolts from his spot and runs over to the TV stand, lifts up on his hind legs and buries his nose as close to the flatscreen as possible, wishing he could get right in there with the new potential pal.
Since he is too short to reach the TV and no one seems to bother helping him, Ralfie taps his little paws on the floor, wags his fluffy tail and whines with sorrow. Why can’t this squirrel come out and play? Why is that husky ignoring him? Why aren’t the humans coming to help Ralfie?
Poor pup, that is so sweet.