How a guy and a girl from New York met thanks to a cat and quarantineBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/how-a-guy-and-a-girl-from-new-york-met-thanks-to-a-cat-and-quarantine
Surprisingly, quarantine due to COVID-19, which is in effect in many countries today, helps people find each other, despite isolation. Catch, for example, the cutest story from New York: a guy and a girl who live in the houses opposite met thanks to a cat. The guys agreed to meet when the pandemic ends.
Even in difficult times, when quarantine has been declared in many countries, there is a place for a smile and positivity. Seeing a gorgeous white cat in the window of the house opposite, a New Yorker named Lizzie Bartlet decided to be original.
She pasted an inscription to her window: "Hello! What is the name of the white cat?" so that the neighbor opposite saw her.
View of the inscription from the girl's apartment
A few hours later, the girl looked out the next window and saw the answer there: "David Bowie." The cat's owner, Chris Towers, shared these photos on Twitter, writing that it lifted his spirits during quarantine.
The guy turned out to be the editor of the CBS TV channel with a large audience of subscribers, so his post quickly gained popularity — he collected 636 thousand likes, and the photos scattered across the network. Chris also posted some more photos of his cat.
A little later, Chris and Lizzie themselves found each other via Twitter. The guy suggested to the neighbor to meet for a cup of tea after the end of the pandemic, and she agreed. That's how quarantine can bring people closer together!
But that's not all. Later, Lizzie noticed another answer to her inscription - in the window opposite the floor below
There appeared an inscription with the nickname of another cat - Vanilla Ice!