While June 26 might be Take Your Dog to Work Day, we can’t forget about our feline friends! Here are a few tips on how to survive working from home with your cat...
With much of the country still working from home, many of us are spending a lot more time with our cats. The Insurance Emporium have put together a few tips on how to survive working from home with your cat.
Your computer is not sacred, especially the keyboard
You’re spending so much time typing on that keyboard, it must be fun. Which means it’s imperative that they’re investigated. Your furry friend might even opt for a lengthy snooze over the entire alphabet! If your cat wants to be close to you, try giving them their own space. Putting their bed next to your desk can be a huge help!
Your breaks are now playtime. Or else!
When you stop for a break, you’d better be prepared to play! If not, be prepared for the ensuing onslaught. After all, those slippers are perfect pouncing material! Scheduling breaks to play with your cat can help to keep them well behaved while giving you a well-deserved break.
Your productivity will be constantly under review
You may have escaped close proximity to your manager for now, but have you experienced the full feline productivity review? Your cat will sit on your desk and keep tabs on your every move. No wasted second will escape their attention. You’d just better hope they’re not going to report your behaviour!
If you share your home with a feline friend, you might want to think about taking out insurance for your cat. The Insurance Emporium offer Cat Insurance with Standard Benefits like cover for Vet’s Fees up to £8,000*. You could even receive up to 30% Discount^!
Head on down to The Insurance Emporium to find out more.
* Vet’s Fees cover up to £8,000 available on lunar monthly Lifetime Gold policies.
^ The 30% discount is made up of 20% Introductory Discount plus 10% Multi-pet Discount (if appropriate). The Introductory Discount is available for the first 12 premium payments on lunar and calendar monthly policies or one premium payment on annual policies.