Dogs And Cats That Refuse To Let Their Humans Workout At Home
Regardless of whether or not we’re natural homebodies, there is certainly the agreement that spending too much time indoors does nothing for one’s mental health. Of course, we can’t really go outside anymore as the restrictions for lockdown are getting more and more intense.
So, when you can’t leave your house what do you do? You improvise in entertaining yourself. And for some people, this includes working out.
While most people have no problem starting up an exercise routine at home, pet parents are experiencing a little more resistance. And we totally get it – pets are happy we’re home. They just want to love us and can’t understand that we’re busy at the moment.
Of course, this just means that it’s created a whole channel for videos and photos to be shared on social media as people continue to post about their pets and how they get in the way of a workout – but like in the cutest ways possible.
Check out some of the videos below:
I tried to keep a bit of routine & work out in the morning..
The dog had other ideas.. pic.twitter.com/wq8PXLG5jj
— Miss H. Moore (@MissHEMoore) March 24, 2020
My parents dog just wanted to help my dad with the workout, this is Kam! 😂 pic.twitter.com/xe5loeDeRJ
— jess💞 (@jessirocks14) March 25, 2020
It’s impossible to workout at home with a dog pic.twitter.com/R7SSyMF9wR
— Sasha Jones (@TheSashaJones) March 25, 2020
Tried to workout, turned into a wrestling match with the puppy 😊🐶 pic.twitter.com/8oBIR0E0ci
— Josephine Faust (@josephines_art) March 25, 2020
I tried to do an online workout today, and Eleanor Roosevelt decided she needed to whisper conspiracy theories into my nostrils the whole time. pic.twitter.com/0napkC5iw7
— Mary Laura Philpott (@MaryLauraPh) March 25, 2020
When you try to get a home workout in but you have cats… Daisy looking at me like “this is my yoga mat now” pic.twitter.com/LuMxtsZLb1
— Jess (@sfswift) March 24, 2020
I tried to work out. My cat decided I was the perfect spot to nap. This is day 10 of my social distancing – it’s not easy but we can do it! Going on walks away from people helps. pic.twitter.com/DhR2ma1mMN
— Madison Bateman (@madisonbateman) March 22, 2020