Meet the new kitties of Wall Street!
It seems like people dressing up their pets is going to be a whole subset of content from this #quarantine.
We would like to hire your cat. Does he know how to use Excel?
And yes, a raise is immediately granted.
Coronavirus, no we don't mean when you drink one too many cervesas. Covid-19 has turned the 21st century on it's head, thrusting the world into facing an incredible challenge unlike one most of us have seen in our lifetimes. So why not laugh about it, it's healthier.
You all remember Larry the cat, chief mouser to the British cabinet office.
He's a 13-year-old tabby, in position longer than the leader of any UK political party.
Unofficial, of course.
Now he is back with some thoughts about the current worldwide crisis.
The coronavirus outbreak is causing massive disruption to the U.S. economy as global supply chains break down, travel is canceled and people practice "social distancing," avoiding everything from restaurants and retail outlets to conferences and office meetings.
Actually, one-fifth of U.S. workers already report losing hours or work because of the pandemic.
The Helen Woodward Animal Center Center in San Diego has decided to do its part to ensure that all pet owners will be able to take care of their animals during these rough days of financial instability.
The talented Scott Metzger took upon himself a very important mission.
On his Facebook page, he sent a clear message: "News about the coronavirus is likely dominating your feed, but I'll be here to keep posting cartoons that will hopefully make you smile or laugh during these uncertain times. Stay healthy!".
So, thank you, Scott, for making these days so much sweeter for us. Stay tuned for more!
In a time when many countries in the world are under quarantine or lockdown, nature continues its thing and wildlife animals are adjusting to the new and unexpected human absence.
In countries like Japan, Italy, and Thailand, people observed animals roaming the streets freely and shared some of the photos and videos on social media. People usually responded either in shock or awe.
To slow the spread of COVID-19 throughout the world, many countries encourage their citizens to practice "social distancing" measures. These cats are good citizens and are doing the best to follow the new roles...But sometimes, they just need to peak out their cute little head and see what's going on outside.
There's nothing quite like the behavior of panicky humans in the face of an emergency. Especially when it comes to hoarding.
We're seeing it now with the novel coronavirus when people are buying more products than they could use in a lifetime. And of all of the products that are being snatched up the fastest, there's one that's in special demand: toilet paper.
So now that you're all set with a substantial supply of toilet paper and a lot of spare time at home, why don't you use it to create some cool DIY projects for your cat?
We have gathered up a bunch of cool DIY projects you could do with all those toilet paper rolls.
After taking over the internet and our hearts with her funny short posts about life in general, the famous curious Zelda is back with some more insights about what we are experiencing these days - mainly, self-isolation and food craze. Some fans even replied with a few creative comments of their own.
While you're in self-isolation at home, why don't you take some inspiration from our cool friends who can totally keep you company and definitely make you laugh during these rough days. Twitter user @elle_em asked people to send photos and updates on how their cats are reacting these days and got a bunch of fun reactions.
The Shedd Aquarium in Chicago has been locked down like many other places in the US amid the COVID-19 outbreak. But the managers of the place just provided us with the much needed bright spot we all need these days - the cutest videos of their penguins roaming around the entire aquarium and meeting their animal roommates. And that's what we call a great opportunity for a penguin party!
The aquarium tweeted that without guests in the building, their animal caretakers are planning even more creative activities for the penguins and other animals. So stay tuned!
It seems like the only thing people are talking about these days is the coronavirus. Coronavirus memes are spreading as the disease travels across the world and now, cats are joining in and it really couldn't get any more funnier. So, is it really possible that cats are actually the real cause of toilet paper shortage in the world?
It's no secret that people are getting more and more anxious everyday, reading all those scary headlines about the coronavirus.
Even Robert was feeling anxious! Until he spoke with his wife and gathered some insight and useful facts.
Meet Robert! Robert lives an ordinary life, earns an ordinary salary and works hard to support his family.
Oh, and Robert is an otter.
"Robert the Otter" may seem like a cutesy facade, but he has proven to be aware of what's happening in the world, and offer another perspective. The newest comic by the Singapore artist is making waves, for a good reason. If you're feeling anxious, maybe take a moment and read what "Robert the Otter" has to say.
The coronavirus outbreak has sickened more than 80,000 people, according to official counts, most of them at the Wuhan district of China. The Chinese officials have decided to completely seal the area and now It is estimated that more than 30,000 pets have been left stranded after their owners were stuck outside the city, not allowed to go back in. In response, people trapped in Wuhan have been volunteering and checking in on the animals who were left behind. One of these angels is Ye Jialin, who is called the cat rescuer of Wuhan. Here is his unique story.