Pet store: Cats do not adjust their sleep schedule, regardless of the pandemic | Blog: The pet store

Margaret Wimmer

Work at home. The world has been doing it for almost a year. As we seek the safety of our homes, those of us who have pets spend a lot more time with them.

This has produced many funny social media videos and memes. I hear of times of friends, family, and co-workers, a lovingly cuddled pet through a long day at work.

Obviously mine never got the memo.

The fact that my husband and I are working more from home doesn’t seem to bother my cats. They sleep all day, in another room, coming to visit when they’re hungry or need a quick five-second pet.

Unsurprisingly, Apple is the most social. She’ll wander around the room, meow at me to feed her or kick me until I pick her up and put her on my lap.

At first, I thought his paw was cute. She wanted to be near me. Until I have to do some serious typing, not just a few clicks here and there. Have you ever tried slapping a cat on your lap? Not fun, and she doesn’t like it either.

After a while, she gets angry and jumps. An hour later, she’ll come back and we’ll start the dance again.

I brought her cat bed into the room where I work, hoping it might attract her. But the sofa is much more attractive, or maybe my typing is too strong.

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