Sleep on your papers. (FYI, they’re usually the ones you need at that moment.)
Paw through all your Post-Its, occasionally carrying one off.
Play hockey with your pens and pencils, scattering your papers for good measure.
Hang out on the desktop computer, providing inspiration while you’re working.
Do head bumps and distract you with cuteness whenever necessary.
Your cat has been known to:
Knock your coffee over, spilling it on your papers. (You didn’t really need any of them, anyway, did you?)
Take naps on your desk chair. (At least you *thought* it was your desk chair.)
Walk on your computer’s power button and switch it off when they feel you’ve been working long enough.
Knock books and papers off your desk to get your attention.
Make off with that unprotected credit card lying on your desk. Time to order the cat toys!
Playing with interactive kitty toys while you work. Hey, it helps with the creative process.
Sleeping on the bookcase. It’s important that your cat gets 18 hours in.
Getting in the way however and whenever possible. This includes dipping their tail into your coffee — and not realizing it.
Being allowed in the office at all times.
Trying to get you to play with them instead of working. What is this thing you call a “deadline”?
Deletes large sections of text from your article while adding what your cat sees as significant words. You can’t read them, but, trust your cat, they’re significant.
Takes out a large number of breakables while climbing your bookshelves.
Commandeers your inbox/work basket.
Cons you into buying a nice cat bed for the study. (An office lounge is essential.)
Rolls about and looks so adorable, you forget about your deadlines.
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