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Working from Home with a Cat

Heidi Moreno

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

This cute illustrated book shows what it's like to live and work from home with a cat, a situation over one third of us are familiar with.Stepping on computer keyboards, knocking things off the table, interrupting video calls—cats can be distracting coworkers. With colorful art and oh-so-relatable scenarios, Working from Home with a Cat takes readers through a day in the life of artist Heidi Moreno and her pet cat Peanut. From the time she wakes up until the time she goes to bed, she navigates working with her needy yet loveable feline companion, as Peanut walks over her paintings, hogs her chair, disrupts her yoga routine, and more.Despite all the struggles, cats like Peanut are always by our side when we need them, even on the hardest, loneliest workdays. Working from Home with a Cat reminds us why cats are the cutest colleagues and a source of comfort and calm in this chaotic world.• Features funny and heartwarming scenarios anyone who has tried to concentrate at home with a cat has experienced•  For readers who like How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You, Herding Cats by Sarah Scribbles, and You Need More Sleep: Advice from Cats by Francesco Marciuliano

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