I work for an animal welfare based non-profit that happens to have a lot of these animals (mostly cats) around the office.
We have Squawk (yowls when you don’t pet her), Roy (reaches out of his cage and puts his paws on your chest), and Ninja (hides behind her litter box) to play with. Here’s what it’s like when your office is an animal foster.
1.) Your work shirts have hair and cat slobber on them.
2.) You start talking to the animals way too often (“Quit hissing and behave, or I’ll put you in timeout.”)
3.) When you come in in the morning, everyone starts yowling for your immediate attention.
4.) On occasion, you get scratched (when someone really doesn’t want to go back to her cage).
5.) If you let the animals out, they will walk in front of your computer (duh). When you turf a cat off your desk, it will leap back up the second you put it down.
Lastly, one lap can indeed fit two kittens. Provided they quit squirming, which is doubtful.