For one family, lockdown has brought together a cat and corgi who are now the best of friends.When Gilbert, a three-year-old ragdoll cat, was introduced to Lucy, a three-month-old corgi, the pair had an instant connection. ‘Gilbert, grew up roughhousing with a dog,’ said their owner Adam Kopley, 34, of Chicago, Illinois.
‘As soon as Lucy came home, he watched her for like 30 minutes. Since then, they’ve been playing nonstop.’
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The pals now spend their days playing together and snuggling up to watch the world go by.Adam is sharing videos of the duo’s adventures in lockdown to bring joy to people amid the pandemic.
‘They’re 100% friends,’ says Adam.
‘We got our work from home orders on March 10th and I anticipated being home for a while.
Goldfish have a reputation as short-lived creatures, but given proper care, they can live as long as 30 years in captivity. The oldest captive goldfish ever recorded was won at a fair in 1956 and died in 1999 at age 43.
‘I thought this was a great opportunity to get Lucy house broken.
‘We’re all hanging out nonstop together. It’s the only thing keeping me sane right now.’Do you have a positive lockdown story you fancy sharing? Get in touch by emailing [email protected]Metro.co.uk .