We all know about the trend sweeping social media, where celebrities are getting soaped up online to promote the Safe Hands Challenge.
But now it looks like animals are following suit, these social media stars are creating videos that we never knew we needed right now.
Keep scrolling to watch the adorable footage...
We should all know by now that regular, thorough hand washing is important.Although, I would have hoped you were doing that anyway.
Viral challenges once included eating Tide pods.
You know them as the Watchmen, but I'd like to introduce you to the WASHMEN. No mask required to join—just wash y… https://t.co/XMmOFgzeB6— Andy Slavitt @ 🏡🇺🇸 (@Andy Slavitt @ 🏡🇺🇸)1585328685.0
And a lot safer.Thanks to the insistence of the World Health Organization, WHO, it's all about handwashing.
Participants demonstrate proper handwashing techniques.
Celebrities everywhere have used this to teach us their techniques.
Something more... fury?And that's exactly what we got. Scroll down to watch the adorable videos...
They're going viral.I feel confused, but well educated. People are sharing the videos of animals washing their hands... or front paws, in a bid to encourage others to do the same.
I mean, who would you rather take advice from?
No matter how isolated you are, always remember to WASH YOUR DAMN HANDS #AnimalCrossing #ACNH https://t.co/9yjFwIj80U— 📸 Anni’s Switch Pics 📸 (@📸 Anni’s Switch Pics 📸)1585886437.0
We just can't get enough of these little guys.A video uploaded by Indian Forest Service officer, Parveen Kaswan, has been widely shared.
Kaswan is known for sharing videos of the animals to promote important messages.
Keep washing your hands. At least for 25 seconds, demo will be shown by this small guy. Ashley Raine. #CoronaVirus https://t.co/mItPPSYIjH— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@Parveen Kaswan, IFS)1584699118.0
I'm unsure whether the raccoon was called Ashley Raine, but I sure hope she was.
@ParveenKaswan But where is his soap? 😍— Nima (@Nima)1584699302.0
Pet owners are even getting their little companions to join in.
Mood https://t.co/ry1xIONU89— nihbrin (@nihbrin)1585045621.0
Not every animal is impressed.
Tried washing my dogs paws https://t.co/bjRCS1tuVA— KBdaGod (@KBdaGod)1565836981.0
Sometimes the advice can get a little confusing.But as long as those toe beans are clean, does it really matter?
The advice is clearly sinking in.
Is it 20 seconds yet? ⏳ #WashYourHands #CatsOfTwitter #Caturday #catsofquarantine #SaturdayThoughts https://t.co/yqzZAawYMF— Nikitas (@Nikitas)1585401184.0
A clip of Sandra, the thirty-four-year-old orangutan has gone viral.
via: FacebookThe accompanying caption to the video shared on Facebook, said: “she started washing her hands because she saw all the zookeepers doing it repeatedly during the crisis"