Before this period of self-isolation, I worked from home three days a week, so I’m used to having my two cats lying on my keyboard, rubbing their tails in my face during video meetings, and pawing at me to get attention. However, for many people, working from home with their new colleagues, also known as their pets, was more of an adjustment period.
Such a person, who goes to altrey on Twitter, wanted to know what everyone’s “colleagues” did because she says hers “doesn’t stop yelling at me, I know she’s probably still hungry, but I just gave her food. ” In a separate tweet, Altrey wrote, “For those of you who work from home or are quarantined, and who have pets, tell me what they did most recently, but call them your colleague,” and the comments were nothing short of hilarious .
Keep scrolling to see some of the best descriptions of what people’s pets have done while their people spend a lot of time with them at home.