The Cats Are Out of the Bag, And They’re Here to Stay


It’s no secret: Cats have taken over the Internet.

 The World Wide Web has become a giant cardboard box for the kitty-cat collective, serving as the perfect conduit for their (admittedly adorable) machinations. It was only a matter of time before they clawed their way into the business world just as easily as they clawed their way into our hearts.


But there’s a silver lining to this fuzzy takeover: These cats are here to help us get on with the daily grind. Or maybe they’ve been in the office, all along, just … hanging in there … waiting for right moment.



And now, for the understatement of the century: Work is stressful.




It’s said that if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. An idea that looks good on paper, sure, and it sounds even better. And for most of us, perhaps, it’s an ideal towards which to strive.

But we all know that some days, for one reason or another, we’re just doing what we can to get to the next coffee break.




But the kitty-cat collective is here to remind you to stop and smell the roses. Ignore the annoying, prickly thorns for a moment; you can always prune them back later.


The next time you feel like going all “Fight Club” in the office, even after that corporate retreat …



Take a beat, take a breath, and think of these fluff balls as your own personal, digital stress ball. Release all that pent-up frustration into a big, cathartic “Aww!” as you gaze longingly at a kindle of kittens just doing what they do best: being kittens.  

Or just, you know, take a page from the Book of Cat and take a nice nap for, like, 16 hours a day. That’s probably fine.




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