Woman Asks A Neighbor What His Cat’s Name Is Via A Sign On Her Window, Receives An Answer And Cute Pics

Woman Asks A Neighbor What His Cat’s Name Is Via A Sign On Her Window, Receives An Answer And Cute Pics

Social isolation does exactly what it says—first, it helps to curb the pandemic, and second, it shuts down our social life. The latter, however, is a pain in the rear. And while many of us recharge our sanity batteries via digital streams, there’s nothing quite like real human company.

But the lockdown is making us all a tiny bit more creative. When Lizzie Bartelt put a poster asking “What’s the white cat’s name?” on her window, she didn’t see it coming. Chris, her neighbor living right in front of her, replied with “David Bowie” in red capitals. The window tale has now gone viral with 638K likes, 112K retweets and counting. Who wouldn’t like to have neighbor goals like this!

Curious about the cat in the house in front of her, New Yorker Lizzie decided to try finding out its name the quarantine way

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After waiting a few hours she got her answer

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Even if living under lockdown entails weeks of uncertainty, it’s not impossible to live and have some fun with it. Use the resources you have—let the balcony be your stage and the neighbors your audience. A group of neighbors in Spain did exactly that. They decided to sing the Happy Birthday song to an 80-year-old lady from their windows and everyone was cheered up instantly!

Meanwhile, Italians are known to love their piazzas bustling with people, food and music. But the lockdown has made it impossible. That’s why crowds of neighbors all around the country are gathering on their balconies for some improvised concerts.

The trumpeter Anguzza, who performed John Lennon’s song from his balcony in Sicily, found the lockdown challenging. “One day I am playing for hundreds, even thousands of people, the next—I am home, in my room, trying to share as much as possible my music to cheer everyone up,” he commented for nbc news.

Chris, the white cat’s owner, shared the story on Twitter and over 636k people found it wholesome

It also led to Lizzie and Chris finding each other online!

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And Chris took a picture from his side of the window

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Actually, Liz got the name of another cat as well, the one that lives right below David Bowie

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Let’s hope Vanilla Ice sees this too and responds with a pic!

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People were melting because of just how cute these two are

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