Big blue eyes
in a travel bag
Since they like to stay home and are perfectly happy in small places, our 2 Siamese cats (Siri and Keona) are trying to teach us how to effectively “shelter-in-place” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are the simple cat guidelines that we are expected to follow:
1. Eat, purr, sleep
2. Make time for meditation, NOT worry
2. Use the litter box when necessary
3. Don’t ever scratch or play with the toilet paper roll, because someone might need it
4. Give yourself a bath every day, or have another cat lick you clean
5. Occasionally play with something that squeaks, if you get bored
6. Stay warm
Of course, there are a few things on this list that human beings can’t do.
However, after a few minor tweaks and some changes in the wording, it is basically good advice. Stay safe!
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