While you may be going a little stir-crazy at home after weeks of abiding by shelter-in-place orders to help squash the coronavirus, there are some members of the family who are glad you’ve been around so much lately: our pets.
They’re always around to make things a little better, whether we’re sad, lonely or just plain bored during this global pandemic. And it’s the same for musicians.
See how artists are spending time at home with their furry buddies below.
The All Time Low frontman is trying to work from home during the pandemic, but his baby goats Milk, Poe and Gryff aren’t making it easy. In one Instagram video, the musician is trying to promote his record, but the goats are intent on snuggling and climbing all over him. In another photo, he’s napping as the three snuggle up on top of him.
The legendary singer showed off how her dog was basically all of us as news of the severity of the coronavirus pandemic was becoming clearer.
The “Bad Guy” singer was doing some good during the coronavirus pandemic by fostering two pit bull puppies, but she turned into a foster fail when she decided to keep one of them. “As for this little nameless monkey… you are miiiiiiiiiiiine!!!” she shared on her Instagram Stories in mid April.
Cee Lo Green
The former Voice coach had his dog, Zu, help out during the pandemic by filming a message for the ASPCA to raise funds to help pets and pet owners impacted by COVID-19.
The “Conga” singer checked in with her fans while showing off her dogs. “Hello, everyone! I’m focusing on the only things that are keeping me sane at this moment — these little furry balls of wonder,” she says in her Instagram video as she pans around to show her pups playing in a sunny yard.
The reggaeton singer has been having some fun with his dogs in quarantine, whether he’s using one of their noses to pretend to make squeaky toy noises, or just showing off how ridiculously cute they are.
Mother Monster would love to visit with her parents and grandmas, but is snuggling with her three dogs instead.
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion, who was already mom to adorable Frenchie 4oe, recently got another sweet lil pup named Dos. (The rapper also gave her grandma Dos’ littermate as a birthday gift.)
The singer is staying fit while in quarantine, with a little help from his gorgeous dogs.
To tease Demi Lovato as one of her guests on Bright Minded — Cyrus’ Instagram Live show aimed at keeping people connected during the pandemic — the “Don’t Call Me Angel” showed off her dogs Mary Jane, Bean and Emu in a video. “Like all of you watching, they cannot believe that Demi Lovato is going to be on the show,” she gushed.
Besides buying a new trailer to safely travel the country and still maintain social distancing, the country star has been cooking and enjoying time with her furry and feathered family members (and husband Brendan McLoughlin) — and one Instagram gallery showed it all.
The Jonas Brother celebrated National Dog Day in quarantine with the two pups he shares with wife Priyanka Chopra — little Chihuahua mix Diana, and German shepherd Gino.
The celebrated artist got quite a bit of love from his pal Ziggy.
The singer introduced her new pup, Daisy, in an Instagram Live in March. While showing off her new four-legged family member, Gomez said that her other dog, Winnie, was getting along well with her new sister. Not surprisingly, the two canines stole the show.
The Fleetwood Mac singer celebrated her little Lily’s fourth birthday in quarantine.
Of course she would be showing off her beloved cats while sheltering in place! In one photo, Meredith (named after Grey’s Anatomy’s Meredith Grey) snuggles all by her lonesome self in a super stylish cat bed. In another snap, Olivia Benson (named after Law & Order: SVU‘s Benson), the kitty shows off a totally quarantine-appropriate expression and pose.