It’s not a video conference meeting unless a cat jumps in the frame, right?
Well, these cats and dogs are having a hard time getting used to the fact you’re home all day. Every day.
And they have their own way of protesting against it.
— Colin Welch (@colinwelch) March 25, 2020
The struggles of WFH with a cat. pic.twitter.com/VQ54jaT2CV
— Welcome To Nature (@welcomet0nature) March 28, 2020
— Dax Cat #RIP Tobias ? (@Dax_Cat) March 27, 2020
We’re at the point of the WFH experience where my dogs loud snoring has fully interrupted a video conference call ? pic.twitter.com/0d2XCPnTpw
— Sarah Swinehart (@Sarah_Swinehart) March 25, 2020
— Kent Griffith (@KentJGriffith) March 25, 2020
Saddens me to have to officially report the first #workingfromhome workplace incident. While taking a quick yoga break, the cat attacked my hoody drawstring, causing a deep facial laceration. Paperwork has been completed and disciplinary action is expected #WFH pic.twitter.com/t3TrLZzW70
— Prof Richard Johnston (@DrRichJohnston) March 18, 2020
WFH day 4: the cat is planning my downfall pic.twitter.com/Et8N97CJtc
— Harry Bellew (@harrybellew) March 19, 2020
my new wfh coworker is so needy, I can’t get anything done ? pic.twitter.com/FyIeLY45GO
— Kevin P. Johnson (@OkayJoJay) March 19, 2020
Wfh is a task with a dog pic.twitter.com/5zDd6npp71
— Claudia (@clauddenby) March 20, 2020 13. Untitled
It’s hard to work from home when your very much not a lap dog insists on being in your lap. pic.twitter.com/CYDN7dWKDo
— Bryce Tache #StayHome (@brycetache) March 26, 2020