Cats have become more friendly on the background of the coronavirus

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On the background of the coronavirus cats have become more friendly to their owners. Loving began to show even old Pets that have demonstrated the independence of independence. This is evidenced by the survey conducted by British insurance company Direct Line Pets. His results were published by the portal LadBible.

“He never was a sweet cat and didn’t like the tickling like the other cats that I had. He is very aloof and likes to walk himself. But after a few weeks in isolation, he began to sit on my lap when I watch TV,” shared one interviewee.

So, 90 percent of respondents said that cats began to provide them with emotional support since March of this year, when began a period of self-isolation. While 51 percent of Brits said that their cats were less likely to leave home and spend more time with the owners.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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