These #QuarantineCats are self-isolation masters
Turns out cats are pros when it comes to social distancing
Canadians may be worried about having to stay home because of the coronavirus, but their feline friends are taking self-isolation in stride.
In one of the latest Twitter trends, pet owners are posting self-isolation tips — from their cats.
So if you need some advice on social distancing and other coronavirus-related prevention measures, these #Quarantinecats have you covered.
Some of the top #Quarantinecat posts out there right now
To start, these two cats, Ripley and Cassie, are demonstrating how to maintain personal space.
Social distancing encourages people (or in this case, animals) to keep a safe distance from one another — but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy.
Some of these furry friends have found some pretty clever hiding spots in order to keep away from others.
Others are doing the opposite of social distancing, even though it’s not what’s recommended.
But it’s not all about staying away from others. This cat wants to remind its owner to stay clean and healthy.
But other cats have their own priorities, like making sure their owners are stocked up on essential treats.
But how will you pass the time during these self-isolation days?
Kevin is using the time to work on his selfie game — which, safe to say, needs some improvement.
Spot, meanwhile, is gearing up to keep up-to-date with his friends, despite not being able to see them in real life.
Other cats are showing that even from home, you can still look professional and ready to take on the day.
And then there are cats like Princess who just can’t seem to understand what’s going on.
To be fair, there’s a lot happening right now — or make that not happening (#CancelEverything!)