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Here's how your pets are handling quarantine | PHOTOS

With most people around Northeast Ohio stuck at home, we wanted to see how much your pets are loving the extra attention!

CLEVELAND — The coronavirus has forced most people across Ohio to spend a lot more time at home. Between business closures and Governor Mike DeWine's stay-at-home order, we've definitely had to make a lifestyle change. 

And while it can be boring, there's definitely one group that's been loving every minute of it: Our pets! 

Pets are used to us going off to work for the day, or our kids going to school every morning, but now they get to spend all day with us. 

We asked you on Wednesday how your pets are handling the stay-at-home order. Are they loving all the extra time with you? Are they confused, wondering when you're going to leave the house? Are they begging for attention, treats and more attention? 

You responded by sending us lots of pictures of your pets in quarantine. Here were just a few, starting with some of your Twitter submissions: 

We also got plenty of texts from you, including this one from Grace with her dogs Sonny and Pete. 

Credit: Grace Baker

Another viewer sent us this picture and wrote: "John Wayne sleeps through our quarantine!"

Credit: Submitted via ZipWhip

Last week, we even got a look at how Jim Donovan's dogs are enjoying him being home during Friday's edition of Front Row. 

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