|This is my girlchild, Isosceles.|
By Samantha Lehane(originally posted on CuriosityQuills.com on 2/5/2014)
If dogs are man’s best friend, then cats are the friend that only sends one word replies to your texts. You may like to tell people that you own a cat, but you know that the reverse is true. Cats are adorable, fuzzy, and occasionally cuddly but they aren’t always the best writing collaborators. They are naturally drawn to the warmth of your laptop and instinctively want your attention when you need to focus. How do you write when your furry companion demands petting? The secret is creating a writing space that will suit both you and your cat.
Accept that Your Cat is Your Master
Analyze Your Space
Give in to your Overlord
Cat-ify Your Writing Area
|This is my handsome boy, Chimi.|
It can work for you.
If All Else Fails, Get a Cardboard Box
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