- Georgia the cat has become attached to her mom Wendy ever since she joined her family.
- While her clinginess is adorable, it can be a distraction whenever her mom has work to do.
- When Wendy played some YouTube videos to keep Georgia entertained, she got hooked on videos of snakes!
When Wendy Bohon took her kids to the Linda L. Kelly Animal Shelter in Maryland back in August, they immediately knew which cat will join their family.
Wendy shared that her 7-year-old son quickly walked up to one cat and said, “This is our cat and her name is Georgia.” And so Georgia the cat came home with them.
Georgia has since settled in quite nicely, and has become very attached to her mom.
Georgia has become so clingy that she has to be around Wendy even while she works.
Her presence is adorable and she only means well, but her antics can get distracting, especially when Wendy is on an online call.
One day, Wendy’s boss suggested playing some bird videos on YouTube on her second monitor to keep Georgia entertained.
“Well, she didn’t really care too much about the birds,” Wendy shared, “But when the snakes came on, she went nuts!”
Wendy and Georgia have since become used to their “work” routine. Whenever Wendy gets ready to work and sits down at her desk, Georgia would wait by the second monitor for the snakes.
“Once she sees the YouTube screen pop up, she starts chirping and meowing,” Wendy shared. “Then she watches the snakes, often pawing at the screen or checking under and behind the monitor to see where they went.”
“Every time I get up from my desk and go downstairs, she comes with me, and so every time I come back upstairs she knows it’s work time, and the snakes are her ‘work,’ so she’s ready to go,” she added.
Wendy now knows to play the videos quickly, or Georgia would definitely riot.
“If I don’t turn them on or don’t turn them on fast enough, she’ll bat at my hand, usually with soft paws, but if I try and ignore her, the claws come out, or [she’ll] start patting her monitor with her paw,” she shared. “She’s a nut!”
Georgia takes her work very seriously, so it’s only appropriate to be on time.
Source: The Dodo