Social distancing is an effective way to curb the spread of coronavirus. So much so that even animals have understood the simple concept. Previously, monkeys were seen maintaining safe physical distance while eating, and peacocks were social distancing in a school amid the lockdown.
Recently, cats were also seen following the norms of social distancing. Stray cats were seen maintaining adequate physical distance in the streets of Manila. The stray cats were seen sitting in marked circles in a vegetable market.
Have a look at the tweet by The Philippine Star:
These stray cats were spotted occupying the circle marks intended for the implementation of social distancing protocols in front of a store in Brgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon City on Sunday amid enhanced community quarantine. pic.twitter.com/EqOORqCJMa
— The Philippine Star (@PhilippineStar) May 13, 2020
The cats can be seen comfortably occupying the circles which are apparently meant for humans. Well, it is rather impressive to see the cats follow the rules of social distancing.
Several people felt that humans should learn about the concept of social distancing from these cats :
when cats can follow social distancing protocol better than human beings
— JHail (@konichiwaJH) May 13, 2020
Hoomans : 00
— Dr Khushboo (@khushikadri) May 14, 2020
Best as social distancing, best at all over cleanliness. Far superior to us. Give them thumbs and we're done for! 😻😻
— Belfast Cat (@CatBelfast) May 14, 2020
Even the animals are respecting social distancing. Thank you kitties. 👍👏🏻👏🏻
— ΓΗΞ Δƞτι-Γʀυʍρ (@Smpwns) May 13, 2020
Cats know stuff pic.twitter.com/ePoTzKaScU
— 'Oor' Axel Foley (@Roadwarrior29) May 14, 2020
I mean if people weren't paying attention before they will now.
— Jinkies Wilma the Pirate Queen (@Spriteling113) May 13, 2020
Checks out: Cats -smarter than- humans. Yup.
— Ouaquaga on Chenango (@JnxOuaquaga) May 13, 2020
Dare we say that animals might be observing social distancing better than some of us. Well honestly, we can learn a thing or two from these adorable cats. What do you think? Tell us!