Fiona, a Great Pyrenees with white fur, is a beautiful and inquisitive dog who lives in San Francisco, California. She is a very sociable dog, and one of her favorite things to do is accompany her mother on practically all of their daily walks.
When she goes on walks in Golden Gate Park, one of the things that have always puzzled her is where the holes in the ground came from. When she understood that these were the work of gophers, she began waiting outside to say hello; she is just so delighted. According to Fiona’s owner, who shared her thoughts in an interview with The Dodo, “It’s something she does consistently.” She is under the impression that everyone is eager to meet her.
To Fiona’s relief, all of the moles she encounters are pleasant, and seem genuinely happy to see her standing there in anticipation. A video from one of these trips was taken and posted on the Instagram account that belongs to the dog’s mother. “It’s astonishing how smooth and pleasant their interactions are,” she adds.
Despite Fiona’s considerable size, the smaller creatures don’t appear to be frightened of her at all. When they step outside and spend some time with the restless dog, it gives the impression that they understand the furry’s curiosity and the good intentions she is trying to convey.
She went on to explain that it was difficult to get her to leave and that since she is such a large female, they spent a lot of time hanging around the squirrel holes.