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Cat On A Desk

Go to work, where all the fun begins!
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Here's a fun way to liven up a day at the office that's fun for all the family. One day, select somebody from the office to be the "gatekeeper". They will perform this role until they are sacked, resign, retire or die. This person will choose somebody's desk each day and tie a cat to its surface before work begins. Staff will make their way to work, wondering if theirs is the desk with the "tied cat". If it is, then others will point and laugh at this person and this person will be responsible for looking after the cat for the rest of the day. If the gatekeeper so wishes, he/she may choose to pick the same person's desk for the rest of his/her natural life.
Holygoof, Dec 24 2003

Spekkie's office cats http://www.halfbake.../idea/Office_20cats
Not a game but similar idea [dobtabulous, Oct 04 2004]

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       If it were me I would untie the cat and hope to entice it to choose to spend its time near my desk by providing a comfy bed and some fishy tasting treats. I wouldn't fancy the gatekeeper's job - have you ever tried to tie up a cat that doesn't want you to? Scratch city.
dobtabulous, Dec 24 2003
  

       Cats are pretty low maintenance anyway, just make sure you got a litter box and some nose plugs
v0rtexx, Dec 24 2003
  

       Aptly titled. I'll croissant anything
imagine002, Apr 13 2004
  

       Some clients and cats don't mix ... some people are allergic ... unfortunately
ixnaum, Sep 03 2005
  

       how the hell did you come up with this..... oh god i cant stop laughing
IcarusByNight, Sep 03 2005
  

       carefully placed staples on each of the paw areas will fasten the cat securely to most desk like surfaces.
benfrost, Sep 04 2005
  
      
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