Kittens visited fish and jellyfish in a closed aquarium during quarantine
In the United States, kittens from the Atlanta Humane Society visited fish and jellyfish in the Georgia Aquarium, which suspended their work due to COVID-19.
Since the Georgia Aquarium closed due to the established quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic, fish and jellyfish didn’t have any visitors. But recently, they greeted unusual guests: rescue kittens and puppies from the Atlanta Humane Society, got the opportunity to explore the marine life from the other side of the glass.
The photos which appeared on internet show how the tiny animals admire the life of different fish and also jellyfish, which seemed to be very interesting creatures. The photos will full your heart with admiration and cuteness, seeing near the big blue tanks, little fluffy creatures, melts everyone’s heart during quarantine.
Two pups named Odie and Caramel can be seen playing around the tanks and enjoying the visit. The other visitors: Nemo, Dory, Guppy, Marlin and Bubbles, are the tiny kittens whose names are very appropriate to the unexplored marine life. In social networks, it is showed a video of how cats climb the glass wall of the aquarium, trying to get to the water inhabitants, while their marine brothers ignore what is happening. Judging by the video, the kittens liked the jellyfish more.
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In the Chinese city of Wuhan, a cat spent 40 days at home alone, due to the fact that its owners were infected with coronavirus and were hospitalized.
The owner of a British shorthair cat named Le-Le said that his entire family of seven people became infected with the coronavirus on the eve of the Chinese New Year. By that time, the cat was at the last stage of pregnancy. When all family members were hospitalized, the owner of Le-Le did not ask others to look after the cat, because in his apartment it was possible to get infected of the deadly infection.
As a result, Le-Le was left alone in an empty apartment. The cat managed to survive thanks to two open bags of food that its owner had left before leaving for the hospital.
“I keep turtles and fish at the balcony in the aquarium. There was also filtered water that the cat could drink !, ”the owner explained.
Together with his wife, he closed all the windows and doors, in addition to the balcony, before leaving for treatment.
“After that, we had no idea what was happening in the apartment,” he admitted.
After 40 days, his wife was discharged from the hospital. She returned home and found that Le-Le gave birth to four kittens and feels great. However, the pet ate all the fish in the aquarium.
The coronavirus pandemic has made new “deserts” across the world. Most of the world's major cities, like London, New York and others, are empty, without any soul on the street. As humans are isolating at home, wild animals have started to take over the streets and feel free.
Several pictures taken by photographers or simple people around the world, captured the guests, including deer, goats and others roaming through the streets wild animals. Sometimes busy and loud cities, are now silent and open for this creatures, who came to inspect the human life and show up their importance in our life.
In London and Nara (Japan) , herds of deer are rumoring the streets. In London a herd of deer was spotted resting in housing state, the deer felt so well that they laid down on the grass and spent the day in silence. There were some viral pictures on internet which shows the London Eye, Chinatown, National Gallery and other places totally empty.
In Llandudno, Wales, some mountain goats were spotted in the streets on March 31.
In Italy several wild boars were spotted throughout northern, in Bergamo was seen even one mother walking through empty streets with her offspring.
Several puma were seen walking around the streets of Santiago, Chile, it is said that they came for food.
In India, Tirupati, there were seen a herd of deer wandering along a road in the city.
During the lockdown, more than a billion people worldwide are staying at home, self-isolated and socially distancing themselves from one another to avoid the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.