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The WHO (World Health Organization) advises that people should maintain at least 1 meter distance between them in order to prevent spreading the coronavirus infection, which already killed more than 154.726 people and over 2.2 million confirmed cases.  


And while humans are starting to get used to the new reality, animals are also joining the club. People are sharing photos of their pets practicing social distancing in order to stop spreading the pandemic because hey - after all, we all live on the same planet so we are into this together. 


Bemorepanda has compiled a collection of top funny photos that prove animals are helping humans make the world a safer place. 


1.Cats respect the social distance rule of 1-meter even while hunting



2.A group of cats siting on chairs, making sure they follow the 1-meter distance



3.This is how cats are are social distancing in Japan



4.In Poland, same like in Japan, everyone respect the rules, including cats



5.At a grocery store, next in line is a cat respecting the social distancing indicators



6.Seagulls get it



7.Who is next in line, please?



8.This dog is saving a space for its owner



9.How dogs are keeping social distance in Croatia



10.Meanwhile in India, dogs are rescpecting the distance



11.Only one cat a time is allowed to enter the house



12.This is how Moose are practising social distancing



13.The moment you see your neighbour on the stairs and you realize you are too close to him



14.Cats seems to get this



15.Ducks enjoying a nice view and spending a good time 1-meter apart



16.Every dog knows that social distancing is a must



17.Romeo and Julieta during coronavirus pandemic



18.If everyone will respect the social distancing as these two good boys



19.Seagulls keeping distance between each other



20.Stay safe, stay home & visit through the glass



21.Bin Chickens make sure that Backpackers are respecting the rules





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Animals without a owner in Turkey will not die of hunger as long as the world is isolated in houses, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ankara government has decided, the BBC writes, to provide local authorities with food, water and sanitation for hundreds of thousands of wild cats and dogs across the country.

 

The Interior Minustry has issued a directive by which local councils must, during the coronavirus pandemic, to buy food for the animals without a owner and to bring food and water everywhere where cats and stray dogs are. City halls must provide food and shelter for animals.

 

Suleyman Soylu also decided that the state employees should take care of the disinfection of the shelters and the improvised huts. Normally, the animals without a shelter in Turkey are fed by activists and volunteers, but they are now isolated at homes because of the epidemic.

 

In Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey alone, there are 162,970 cats without a owner and 128,900 lonely dogs. The directive has been praised in the media and on social networks.

 

And on April 5, local authorities in the Bayrampasa district posted pictures on the official Twitter page of employees feeding the animals on the street.

 

 

And Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gul also supports the initiative. Also in April, he posted a photo of him with a dog and a message for all animal lovers.

 

 

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