Meow, there. It’s Harry with some cat tips for humans who are worried about the coronavirus pandemic. I suspected something was wrong when my two-legged family members started washing their paws so much. Then they were home all day. I got all excited thinking Debbie would spend more time with me, but, no, she spent more time at her computer promoting two of her free books and watching the news about the virus. That’s when I decided that I needed to share some feline tips with her and the readers of this blog from the CDCC (Cats Don’t Care Club) about how to deal with a crisis.
Tip #1: When troubles hit, it’s okay to stay in bed. In fact, we cats do it 18 hours a day.
Tip #2: If you feel afraid, just find a place to hide.
Tip #3: If things get really bad, put on a scary face.
Tip #4: Yoga works wonders. I recommend the loafing position. Tip #5: This tip is from my sister. When she’s upset, she just opens her mouth and lets it all loose. Tip #6: This is from Stripey, the old guy in the house. When he’s facing a dilemma, he rolls with the punches and his catnip toy.
Tip #7: If you’re looking for a solution, think “inside” the box.
Tip #8: When trying to choose between two sides, take the middle.
Tip #9: Catch it before it catches you.
Tip #10: Most important of all, don’t forget to share the toilet paper.
I hope these tips help you cope or at least make you smile. The CDCC also recommends that you stay home with your kitties and be safe.