But if I worked outside of the home, I’d most definitely want a picture (and adorable pawprint even) to keep nearby. I’d actually need 4 though, since I have 4 cats – lucky for me they aren’t all interested in being near the work. Oddly enough, the sound of the keyboard’s keys seems to put Alexa to sleep – the activity she’s involved in at the moment. Every now and then something will catch her attention on the computer screen and she’ll get right up on it to have a better look.
Before Prissy lost her sight (she’s 20, so I figure she’s earned some years in peaceful darkness), she’d love to keep me company in the kitchen and she was always game for watching tv, but computer work never interested her. As for Bo and Svenn, they prefer the great outdoors – Svenn keeps our garage free from mice, or so he says. My husband keeps the door cracked so he can come and go as he pleases. Bo sleeps on the carport up high on a shelf in a pet igloo. I’m always amazed at how warm it is inside. This morning, when I fed him, it was snowing. He normally comes out onto his “patio” to eat. But this morning, he just stuck his head and front paws out – so I had to move his breakfast toward him!
I knew I’d be feeding the birds alone this morning!
The beautiful Cat PawPrint Desktop Frame is from a website I love – Gift Tree.com.
Pawprints allows you to create an impression of your pet’s paw. It makes a wonderful keepsake to cherish forever. This frame is actually so pretty it could be displayed in any room of your home as well as your office.
The Cat PawPrint Desktop Frame includes everything necessary for assembly. It holds a 5”x7” Photo in an elegant mahogany shadow-box frame featuring acid-free picture mats, acid-free background boards, non-toxic, air-drying impression material, a wooden rolling pin, shaping ruler, and double-sided tape.
Gift Tree assures that it’s easy to assemble and it’s obviously beautiful. They also have a Pawprint Desktop Frame for dogs.
Click through either of the links above to learn more.