Like so many other people, I am working from home whenever possible, in compliance with the “Safer at Home” order in Tennessee. This mean the cats are ruling, supervising, and generally bossing me around—and I don’t mind one bit.
Gogo Naughty Paws
Gogo Naughty Paws is my boss. He has been my boss for 17 years. All my other co-workers bow down to him. He does have a bad habit of turning off my computer while perched above me to supervise. I suspect turning off the computer is part of his ploy to get me to hold him.
Yeti is content being that co-worker who is always there to lend an ear to listen. She is the only one who knows how to walk across the desk without stepping on the keyboard, disturbing the mouse, or getting between you and the computer screen. She wants to be nearby, but is content to give you space to work.
Guy is that co-worker who tells you that he is going to help you out on a project and when it is time to start on the project, he is nowhere to be found. Seriously the laziest dog on earth, but we like him that way.
Luna is that co-worker who believes in all conspiracy theories. She thinks someone is out to get her around every corner. She tells wild and fantastical stories around the water cooler. In her less manic moments she is a great purr-therapist.
Binx and Roo
Binx and Roo are our newest hires. They are woefully lacking in training, but gleefully entertaining. They are the best bad decision I ever made. You saw all the co-workers I already have—seems I felt I needed two more into the chaos. They are siblings that stole our hearts at the Williamson County Animal Center. They appear to be Russian Blue mixed with Tabby cat.