We’re supposed to all be practicing social distancing right now. Alas, some people aren’t doing it but these seagulls certainly understand how to get it done.
Peacocks are not an animal that we see photos of often. However, this one showcases how the gorgeous creatures are staying away from their pals like people should.
You’ve heard of social distancing, right? Well what about social duckstancing? No? Either way, these ducks are doing exactly what they need to do.
Cats are going to be on this list often because they are known to like to do their own thing. For example, none of them here wanted to share a bench with the other.
If ever there were two good dogs, it’s these two. They’re obediently sitting down, calmly, at just the perfect distance from each other. Far enough to be safe but close enough to chill out.
It’s almost like this roof was meant to hold cats perfectly in place. Still, at least one of them decided to sit back and avoid the crowd. It’s typical of a cat.
See? We weren’t kidding. Cats have this whole thing figured out. Even when they’re laying down and relaxing, they manage to do so as far apart from each other as possible.
Honestly, cats have this figured out across the globe. This photo comes from Karachi, Pakistan and shows off a bunch of cats hanging out while remaining far apart.
Dogs are known to be “man’s best friend” but even they can gather that this isn’t the time to be all over the humans around them. They understand it well.
This dog takes it to the next level. They chose to sit in the circle meant to promote social distancing and the humans around the dog lets it hold its spot.
You simply can’t beat this. It’s a heartwarming case of social distancing being taken care of. It becomes cuter than ever because of the animals involved.
A lot of the photos of social distancing show people communicating out of their windows and across streets. Seems a lot like these two cats hanging out.
Shoutout to this pigeon. It decided to patiently wait in one of the circles used to situate social distancing. It’s following the rules better than most humans.
Along the same lines, here’s a cat sitting in the designated circle meant for social distancing. It seems to be patiently waiting in line for the next chance.
Sometimes, cats are frenemies. This photo shows two of them, one on the inside and one on the outside. It’s a good distance but they’re still pretty close.
Another one of the rarely seen animals taking part in social distancing are moose. The massive animals spend time together but remain apart.
Once again, it becomes clear as day that the cats have figured out how to survive in this world better than we have. Here’s another obvious example of that.
Cats often spot squirrels out of the window and seem to want to get them. It goes the same for dogs. This shot shows a cat and a squirrel in separate locations.
Once again, it’s a case where cats practice social distancing at a different level from everyone else. They’re pretty used to it and are kind of the experts.
Here’s a case where it looks like both animals are aware of what is needed for social distancing. This chance meeting clearly became awkward because of it.