How To Take Fluffy’s Cattitude To Work

June 22nd is Take Your Cat To Work Day. Of course, many people are taking their work to their cats this year, due to the sharp increase in people working from home. Fluffy may not be the best coworker. After all, she’ll probably spend the day napping, nudging you to request pets, or knocking pens off your desk. However, your furball can still be a great source of inspiration! Read on as a Michigan City, IN vet offers some advice on taking your feline pal’s cattitude to work with you.

Get Plenty of Rest

Fluffy certainly lives by her own laws. The number one rule? Get plenty of sleep! Cats may take this rule a bit too seriously, as they can spend a whopping 20 hours a day snoozing. You probably don’t have to go quite that far, but make sure you are getting good rest.

Focus

Kitties are absolutely adorable when they are honing in on their ‘prey’. Take a clue from your furry friend, and really concentrate on what you’re doing. 

Show Appreciation

Cats are actually very emotional, and are quite grateful for the care, love, and catnip we give them. Of course, Fluffy may ‘repay’ you in some rather odd ways, such as biting you, following you around, and leaving dead ‘presents’ on your doorstep. Regardless, be thankful to those who have helped you.

Stretch

Fluffy is pretty cute when she is stretching after one of her 34 daily naps. Stretching is actually very good for you, especially if you’re spending long hours sitting or standing in one spot!

Be Yourself

Our feline pals are small, but they definitely do have big personalities. In fact, kitties are all unique in their own ways, which is one reason they make such fun and fascinating pets. Be yourself, and live life to the fullest!

Try To Help Others

Fluffy may spend a rather excessive amount of time sleeping. However, when she is awake, she’ll often try to help out as much as she can. She may ‘assist’ you with things like changing sheets, folding laundry, and packing or unpacking boxes. Your furball may not actually be very helpful, but that’s beside the point. Help others out when you can!

Please contact us, your local Michigan City, IN vet clinic, for all of your cat’s veterinary care needs. We are here to help.

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