While people around the world have been trapped at home due to coronavirus-caused travel restrictions, four kittens managed to fly across most of Asia before touching down in Hong Kong.
The four kittens - Tiramisu, Jessie, Janet and Daly - had traveled in a cargo aircraft from Turkey before the stowaways were discovered in July.
They were taken care of by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals during the four-month quarantine period mandated by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department.
"After getting some great care at our center in the last few months the kittens are finally ready to find their forever homes and settle down," the SPCA now says in a Facebook post that also appeals for feline-interested people to contact its adoption center.
It should be the start of more great adventures.