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Couple Turns Their Home Into a Mini Art Gallery For Their Injured And Bored Cat

There's no doubt that the long lockdown has brought out the best in people's creativity. 

We've read about the Piggenheim Museum and the printable kit for geckos.    

But this time it's the cat's turn.  

The stand-up comedian, Jake Lambert, and Jessica Atkins are the proud parents to three-year-old cat Richard Parker. 

Poor Richard is currently housebound due to a misfortunate foot injury. The couple wanted to cheer up their moggy a bit while in lockdown, so they came up with an idea to turn their house into a cat-sized art gallery.

Jake told Metro.co.uk: "Richard Parker isn't currently allowed out because he injured his foot. He seemed bored and so were we. We thought we could all do with some entertainment. All cats require a lot of stimulation, and we thought he might enjoy taking in some culture". 

Couple Turns Their Home Into a Mini Art Gallery For Their Injured And Bored Cat | Jake Lambert @LittleLostLad Week 8 lockdown: My girlfriend made an art gallery our cat. 12:22 pm 15 May 2020 Twitter iPhone > black cat in a tiny museum looking at miniature artworks and paintings Mona Lisa Creation of Adam
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Sassy Goats Break Out And Roam Free In Local Streets Of San Jose, California

Well, this is something you don't see every day…

While twitter user, Zach Roelands, was at the store on Tuesday evening, he saw the goats breaking through the fence and touring local streets, in San Jose, California. The peckish visitors weren't afraid to sample a few lush gardens as they passed through. 

Goats Break Out And Roam Free In Local Streets Of San Jose, California | Tim R @raventimr Replying zach_roelands Wow! They're working on Herd Immunity! 6:29 am 13 May 2020 Twitter iPhone 83 Retweets 1.3K Likes >
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Meet Spot, The Robot Dog Patroling Singapore Parks To Encourage Social Distancing

With coronavirus outbreaks at different stages around the world, In many countries lockdowns are being carefully eased while urging citizens to keep on practicing the social distancing rules. 

Meet Spot, one of Singapore's newest measures after lifting lockdown.    

Spot is a remote-controlled, four-legged dog robot who walks around Singapore parks and politely reminds residents to stay at least 3 feet apart. 

Robot dog in Singapore | robotic mechanism walking on all four like a dog going around a park making sure people are maintaining social distancing
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While the people are away, the lambs shall play! An adorable video of lambs taking over a the roundabout on the children's playground, taken by Debbie Ellis and shared on Facebook, is going viral. 

And it just might be our favorite animals-on-lockdown sighting yet.

Be sure to click on the fullscreen button to see the lambs in action!