Some aren’t having so “ruff” of a time while self-isolating during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Many around the world are being forced to self-isolate due to COVID-19, and while most aren’t happy about being stuck inside, there are some beings who are: Pets.
Stars are taking to social media to share how they’re passing the time with their furry friends, including big names, from Kristen Bell and Zoë Kravitz, to Jennifer Garner and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The Terminator leading man shared an adorable video of him with his mini horse, Whisky, and donkey Lulu, sharing a cuddle and a carrot at the dinner table.
“See the important thing is that you stay home because there’s a curfew now … After you’re 65, you’re not allowed out of the house anyway,” he says in the video.
“So we eat here … See, that’s what we do. We don’t go out, we don’t go to restaurants … We just eat with Whisky and Lulu.”
Stay at home as much as possible. Listen to the experts, ignore the morons (foreheads). We will get through this together.
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Garner had storytime with her dog, Birdie. “Books with Birdie: ‘The Mitten’. In case your day calls for a calming story,” she wrote in the caption.
In case your day calls for a calming story…♥️ #iloveyou. #howcanihelp? #bookswithbirdie . “The Mitten” by @janbrettauthor ?❄️
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Bell enjoyed a nighttime snuggle with her puppy. “Nighty night, my loves,” she wrote.
Nighty night my loves. #ubuntu
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Kravitz enjoyed some quiet time with her pups, warning people to “stay inside.”
self(ie) quarantine. stay inside kids. one day at a time.
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Kate Hudson shared a video of her dog, Cody, joking that he was having a bit of a crisis himself. “A different kind of Sunday,” she captioned the video.
A different kind of Sunday… #stayin #staysafe #stayhealthy #staylaughing #staymindful #sendingloveouttoeveryone #canyoufeelit ?❤️?
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Non-celebrity pet owners are taking to Twitter too to liven the mood by sharing photos of themselves isolated with their furry friends.
Some are easing the difficulties of social distancing by having group chats with all of their family pets.
While self-isolation can be hard for humans, it’s been a happy time for their dogs.
The COVID-19 outbreak has also been a great time for naps with pets.
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