While so many humans out there are struggling to get by during the pandemic, it’s safe to say that their pets have no idea what’s going on. Apart from having a little bit more time with their owners, their lives haven’t changed much. Yet their owners, who are facing boredom and loads of free time to unleash their creativity, have ways to make their pets experience a different kind of life on a miniature scale. One such owner is 52-year-old Beverly Borrill, who lives in Wiltshire, United Kingdom. To pass the time, she decided to turn her adorable hamsters into essential workers by making tiny furniture for them.

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A 52-year-old teacher from Wiltshire has created miniature furniture to recreate lockdown scenes with her hamsters

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The mother of four who works as a teacher spent hours creating miniature “hamster lockdown” scenes. From working the cash register to tapping the keyboard at home and, of course, lending a hand to the NHS staff, these tiny and very adorable hamsters have experienced what it’s like to be a human on a tiny scale.

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Beverly says she has been enjoying the extra time she has during the quarantine and she’s thrilled that she gets the chance to spend it doing what she loves—creating scenes of her hamsters doing human-like activities.

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Her passion was born after her 14-year-old daughter made a mini hot air balloon for a school project and decided to photograph the family’s hamsters, Max and Lulu, in it.

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The adorable result inspired Beverly to create even more intricate things for the hamsters to use. It all spiraled into a viral success after Instagram and Facebook pages were created to share the photos.