Yes, Apple feels secluded. Apple lived by herself, but has a family. The family left her by the doggie door up front. Apple feels unwanted. Why is Apple alone? She needs attention. Apple wants her little siblings to come and get her. There is no communication. Apple is looking out of the doggie door, alone. Apple likes to run around and she wants responsibility, like taking care of the children, a watch dog. It's a spring day because of the sunshine. Apple can't jump out of the window, into the snow. She's looking out of the plexiglas. The plexiglas is locked and Apple can't get outside. Apple wants to escape. She is energetic and frisky. It's Apple's nature to be frisky because she is a puppy and a cocker spaniel. Apple needs toys to give her something to play with while thinking of pleasant thoughts. Apple is too busy to take a nap. Apple's job is to bark. The family comes home to Apple and she is happy, frisky and no more lonliness for Apple. She provides companionship for the family.