Working from home is a huge convenience, that is unless you have cats. I wonder what their fascination is about climbing all over my desk while I’m working. I think it’s because they don’t want me to get any work done at all. I bet they are thinking, “Look at me, aren’t I adorable?” Which I do think you are but, “Do you need to lay on my keyboard?” “Can’t you just lay on the empty areas on the desk?” This is my conversation with my two cats all day.
Constantly pushing and shuffling them around my work area. I even bought I much larger desk to compensate for them, but no, they must lay as close to me as possible. I won’t complain too much because they are the light of my life. Even though I’m fighting with them all day for space, I am smiling while I do. I can’t help but think they are too cute and funny, I love them all to pieces. I only have kids with 4 legs, not 2, so they are my babies.
Not only do I have 2 cats on my desk but my Lab Retriever insists on sleeping underneath my desk, practically on my feet. I do like it in the winter though, I tuck my feet underneath him to keep my tootsies warm. So I’m cramped no matter where I turn. Oh well, they give me unconditional love so I can’t ask for more than that.
This brings me to the whole reason for this article. I came across the most ingenious idea ever. The Kit-In Box is a small pet bed that can be attached directly to your desk. The bed can support cats and even small dogs up to 20 lbs. It is available in three different finishes; cherry, mahogany and birch. This is an awesome idea for your little supervisor to be able to be with you but not on top of you.