After puppies went viral, watch these kittens roam Georgia Aquarium

WATCH: Atlanta Humane Society brings puppies to explore the Georgia Aquarium during coronavirus closure

The Atlanta Humane Society said it’s the kittens’ turn to visit the aquarium

With the whole world feeling a little blue, the Georgia Aquarium and Atlanta Humane Society have teamed up to spread some joy.

Last month, footage of puppies roaming the aquarium, which is temporarily closed amid the coronavirus outbreak, went viral.

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Now, it’s the kittens’ turn. On Facebook, the humane society said, “You asked for it... you got it!”

On Monday, they shared footage of the kittens exploring the aquarium.

“After our puppies got to visit the Georgia Aquarium last week, we couldn't resist taking our kittens on a field trip too!” the Humane Society wrote.

“They couldn't get enough of the beautiful Tropical Diver exhibit, and loooooved the jellies! We hope their adorable adventure puts a smile on your face.”

The humane society also took the opportunity to share tips for pet owners amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“Be sure your pet is prepared and ensure you have multiple caregiver options for your pet in case you become unable to care for your pet,” the post on Facebook reads.

They also noted that, if a pet owner is able to provide proper care, “the best solution is keeping your pet in your home with you.”

If someone becomes ill or believes to have had exposure to the virus, they should limit their exposure to their pets, as well as people, the post notes.

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In March, the puppies roaming the aquarium drew a lot of attention on social media.

“Our puppies just had the best. day. ever.” Atlanta Humane Society wrote last month on its Facebook page.

“They got to explore the Georgia Aquarium while it is closed to the public. They made all sorts of exciting discoveries and lots of new friends!”

While closed, the aquarium has found creative ways to keep people engaged.

Including web cams that show footage of its beluga whales, sea otters, penguins and more. The streams are available for viewing 8 a.m.-11 p.m. daily.