If it's been a rough week for you and you feel like you're dragging your feet trying to get through it, you're not alone. You could be reaching a point where you need to pause and do some detoxing for your own well-being.
Some people practice detoxing by doing self-care-related things like face masks, extra pampering, or an activity like yoga or going to the gym. Other people enjoy spending their downtime by scrolling through their news-feeds online to get their humor fix.
One thing that's important to remember is to make sure that the content you are viewing online is lifting you up instead of dragging you down. The easiest way to do that is to rely on animal content because you can't go wrong looking at a dog in a blanket hole or a cat wearing lipstick.
If your self-care involves memes and animals on the internet you are definitely in the right place. These furry and feathered creatures are here to brighten your day and remind you that all the chaos online can be balanced out with heartwarming animal pictures if you just take the time to look for them.
Keep scrolling to see our favorite animals from across cyberspace to warm your heart!
snapchat filters work on cats pic.twitter.com/jbSZ892dFM— esmé (@g4bber) October 3, 2019
Was wondering why my dog was so quiet and pic.twitter.com/gsiVZwF5Yz— The knees (@den_ise01) October 5, 2019
Not EVERYTHING is bad.— Steph Haberman (@StephLauren) August 4, 2019
Like this dog I met yesterday who did NOT want to walk anymore.
She is good! pic.twitter.com/ULPj6LKpvK
I went to visit my brother and his cat wasn’t the biggest fan of me so I compiled all the videos I have of her and added music for your enjoyment pic.twitter.com/Te1SXg6oGy— alexa ❃ (@alexahightower) June 11, 2019
As always, we are grateful to all the doting cat moms and dads, and dog parents out there who act like the paparazzi around their pets and share the pictures online. If proud pet parents didn't exist the internet would be a dark and dismal place all the time.