What happens when you bring your cat to work? If these photos are any indication, it involves a whole lot of keyboard naps.
If you’re lucky enough to have a pet friendly office, you’ll know that dogs get to have most of the fun. But these focused felines are working for the weekday, and they have quite a tail to tell. Here’s what to expect when your bring your cat to work.
Your cat might look better in business casual than you do.
She might insist on drinking her water out of a coffee cup to look more purr-fessional.
or loosely interpret the term “cubicle.”
She’ll definitely stare in silent judgement if you spend too much time in the break room.
Your cat might take an extra long lunch from the comforts of your take out bag.
Expect her to indulge in a post-lunch cat nap.
And if you wake her up with all your typing and clicking, she may give you this look.
This is her making her own kind of spreadsheet—on your keyboard.
She’ll probably steal the good swivel chair. You don’t mind the floor, right?
After all her hard work, your cat may end up with her own claw-ner office.
Not every cat will enjoy a day at the office. But if you think your cat is social and adaptable enough to enjoy the purr-fessional life, here are some tips to keep in mind.
- Make sure your cat has her own space. A carrier container is one option. But ideally, you would try to secure an enclosed office or conference room that your cat can relax in.
- Be sure to provide the basic necessities. A water bowl, a few toys, and a little box are musts.
- Safety first! Make sure your pet wears a collar with identification to the office (think of it as her uniform!) And paw-proof your space to secure any wires or cables that might be in her reach.
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