Coworker Cats

Pandemic lock downs mean more people working from home. If you have a cat, you will have a very “helpful” coworker!

Books  are  especially  interesting and require quite a lot of supervision and commentary!

But when it comes to the laptop and PC, cats rule!

And if you need help organizing your briefcase, your coworker cat is more than willing to help.

And the help doesn’t stop there!

Nobody helps with personal hygiene quite as well as your cat!

Even your morning make-up routine gets a helping “hand.”

But wait, there’s more!

You  have  a flower  arranger…

An art class supervisor…

Someone to keep an eye on the neighbors…

Your co-working kitty is there for you when you work out.

Who doesn’t appreciate a coworker who is there to help anytime your car needs repair? Yes. Your cat coworker is a fix-it specialist!

And when it comes to television time?

Your coworker has the skills and determination to successfully monitor what and when you watch TV.

However, when a break is needed, or snacks and drinks are called for, your co-working cat is right there with you.

And at the end of the day?


The Cactus Cat

By William T Cox, from “Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods, with a Few Desert and Mountain Beasts,” published in 1910, we have this description of the Splinter Cat, (Cactifelinus Inebrius).

How many people have heard of the cactus cat? Thousands of people spend their winters in the great Southwest – the land of desert and mountain, of fruitful valleys, of flat-topped mesas, of Pueblos, Navajos, and Apaches, of sunshine, and the ruins of ancient “Cliff-dwellers.” It is doubtful, however, if one in a hundred of these people ever heard of a cactus cat, to say nothing of seeing one sporting about among the cholla and palo verde. Only the oldtimers know of the beast and its queer habits.

The cactus cat, as its name signifies, lives in the great cactus districts, and is particularly abundant between Prescott and Tucson. It has been reported, also, from the valley of the lower Yaqui, in Old Mexico, and the cholla-covered hills of Yucatan.

The cactus cat has thorny hair, the thorns being especially long and rigid on its ears. Its tail is branched and upon the forearms above its front feet are sharp, knifelike blades of bone. With these blades it slashes the base of giant cactus trees, causing the sap to exude. This is done systematically, many trees being slashed in the course of several nights as the cat makes a big circuit.

By the time it is back to the place of beginning, the sap of the first cactus has fermented into a kind of mescal, sweet and very intoxicating. This is greedily lapped up by the thirsty beast, which soon becomes fiddling drunk, and goes waltzing off in the moonlight, rasping its bony forearms across each other and screaming with delight.

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“Time spent with a cat is never wasted.”

― Colette

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