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22 Photos Of Cats Who Are Home Quarantined Because Of Coronavirus Pandemic

As coronavirus spreads rapidly across the world, many countries are ordering people to stay home to limit the spread of the virus in the community. We understand that self-isolating during the pandemic isn’t going to be easy for everyone, especially when you are feeling fit and healthy yourself. However, during this difficult time, this is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your beloved ones from the pandemic.

But for our cats, it’s a day like any other as most of them spend all day sleeping. The life of a house cat basically consists of four activities: playing, ruining upholstered furniture, eating, and sleeping. For outdoor cats, however, we are sure that they are freaking out over why the heck we’re at home for so long.

Many cat owners posted photos of their cats in quarantine on Twitter and turned #quarantinecats into a trending term. If you want to know how the days of these cats look like during the lockdown, just take a look at our list of cats who are self-quarantining with their owners amid coronavirus pandemic. Scroll down to see!

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