Cats Helping Humans Work From Home

It’s a common misconception that cats don’t care. They’re actually very helpful creatures. We’ve previously posted a gallery of cats helping humans to solve puzzles, but they’re also great at helping you to work from home or finish that term paper you’ve been putting off for months and now you have only few days to finish.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

Cat helping to work from home.

7 thoughts on “Cats Helping Humans Work From Home”

  1. My guess would be that it’s close to meal time and their hunger alarms are going off. My cat usually starts about an hour before what his human thinks is meal time and the antics to induce feeding only intensify until I finally break down and feed him in order to get him off my desk!

    5
    5
  2. My cat Max once walked across the keyboard of my laptop and the cursor disappeared. It took me 2 hours on the phone with a computer nerd friend and some work in dos to finally get it back. Never again.

    7
    2

Leave a Comment