Some pet owners in China are going out of their way to protect their animals from the coronavirus by supplying them with masks.
Despite the World Health Organization (WHO) declaration that pets can’t get infected with the virus, dog face masks are flying off the shelves.
But the masks — originally meant to protect against air pollution — aren’t the only devices making their way around the country.
Other owners are sharing their own surgical-based masks with their furry friends, even going so far as to make their own.
This cat owner in Xiaobian, Guangdong Province custom-made a mask for her cat, even poking holes in the mask so the animal could see.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Better safe than sorry, especially when it comes to protecting our little loved ones.