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Even though our pets can probably sense how anxious some of us are, they couldn’t be bothered with the crisis going on in the world right now. For what they care, their beloved owners are staying at home only to shower them with attention. So if any good comes out of the quarantine, apart from all the saved lives, it’s that you get to spend more time with your four-legged buddy. Some of us are making the most of this opportunity.

Anthony Hopkins recently shared what he’s doing while in self-isolation

One of those people is the well-known 82-year-old actor Anthony Hopkins, who is currently self-isolating and spending time playing the piano for his beloved pet Niblo.

Turns out, the 82-year-old actor is alone at his house and spends his time playing the piano for his cat Niblo

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Niblo is making sure I stay healthy and demands I entertain him in exchange… cats 🤷🏼‍♂️

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If you’re following Hopkins on social media, you already know about the special bond he shares with the adorable feline.

Clearly, the pair is inseparable and enjoys each other’s company. Hopkins’ fans also know that he has a passion for classical music.

Apparently, the man is an avid composer. “I’ve been composing music all my life and if I’d been clever enough at school, I would like to have gone to music college. As it was, I had to settle for being an actor,” he told the Guardian.

Recently, the actor went viral for sharing a glimpse into his life in self-isolation. In the video, posted last week, Hopkins films himself playing piano for Niblo, who seems to appreciate the pleasant melody. “Niblo is making sure I stay healthy and demands I entertain him in exchange… cats,” he captioned the video on Instagram.

Hopkins’s wife, Stella, told Page Six that her husband is well. According to her, he’s at home “painting, playing the piano, and reading.” Being in his 80s, the actor is among the demographic that is the most vulnerable to coronavirus.

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