I try to tell them they don’t have to guard me while I’m in the bathroom, but I swear, sometimes we just don’t communicate.
Reminds me of when I had four kids under the age of 6.
I managed to train my son a lot easier then the cats to let me pee in peace…
they take their job very seriously!
I’m sure they don’t think I’m capable enough after all my years without them snoopervising.
Oh they know, they just don’t care. They’re doing it anyway!
As you can see from their expressions, they smell something foul… and it ain’t my parrots.
Same issue here but my cats are IN the bathroom, on the counter or the toilet lid, yakking all the time. Apparently nothing is sacred anymore.
hehehe… sometimes my two play sentinel, but often they are winding about my feet begging for head rubs. Lucky I can do more than one thing at a time!
We all likes to wait for Mommy or Daddy! That way they can trip over all 4 of us!
Mommy has 2 laptops, a iPad, a Mac and a desktop computer. Mommy writes online help and online training and tests the software for the company she works for. With all these machines, she can check the software and make sure that it works right and that her help – help! Regular desks is just too small.
I’m very envious of your setup from the photos on your post! I want another monitor but not sure how I’m going to fit it in. Or how the cats will fit if I get it – I already have to peer around them too often.
Both ears must receive the broadcasts. From all directions. You can’t be too careful. Good job Nekoka. Next thing you know, he’ll be talking into his lapel.
Hrmmm I wonder who he would be reporting my bathroom stats too…
They obviously aren’t taking their security duties very seriously – Kitty and I insist on guarding within paws’ reach while my human is in the bathroom. Can’t be too careful!
They usually do come in with me. In this case they needed a bit of distance, as you can see from the looks on their faces.
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