Helping my human

As you know mum is studying for a Master’s degree at the moment and she has a portfolio due at the end of the week. So today the two of us spent the day hard at work in the office!

Bailey in the Office

She was quite ungrateful each time I got up to wrap my tail around her face but I was only trying to tell her it was time for my treats! We got it done and once she’s checked it for the hundredth time and sent it off, we can officially start getting excited about Christmas! I can’t wait to get our Christmas tree and decorate the house. We’ll need to discuss how to puppy proof the decorations though!

I hope you’re all having a pawesome week!

Bisous, Bailey


  1. mitzithedog says:

    Humans need us to tell them when they need a break or they would never stop working. My human keeps the tree off the ground and on a coffee table. It’s only about 2 feet up but it keeps the dogs from thinking it is an indoor potty area and they can’t rub against it and knock the decorations off. Also place the non breakable ornaments on the bottom of the tree. Make sure no presents containing food are placed under the tree. We can smell through the packages

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  2. portapatetcormagis says:

    Oh, Bailey! What would they do without your help. They’d be completely snowed under with their tasks.

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  3. Good job, Bailey! She’ll catch on one of these days, and then you can reward her with a treat.

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  4. Bailey, you deserve a good snooze after all of that snoopervising! While we applaud your mum for continuing her education, but really…she should KNOW that cat treats are always the first chore to check off of the list!

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  5. We like how you “help”, Bailey.

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  6. We would have thought that a tail in the face would lower her stress levels.
    Sounds like she needs a lot more treatment.
    We are sure she will do well with her Masters 😉
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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  7. Wishing your mum success with her portfolio! Good luck keeping the puppies from marking the tree, You know how pups like to leave “messages” on trees. When I was just a wee kitten and saw a Christmas Tree for the first time I climbed it almost to the top. Dad got me down and told me it was just to look at. I’ve never climbed it again. My sister Talley (whois very small has climbed the tree a couple of times but she’s very careful and hasn’t broken a single ornament!
    Purrs my friend from our whole family!

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  8. I bet you are an AWESOME supervisor, Bailey!

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  9. Ha Ha, Bailey! Puppy-proofing the tree?! Looks like you were a very big help to your mum! You’ve got your paws full for the next couple of weeks, dear buddy! Pat

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  10. Wishing your Mom the best of luck! Can’t wait to see the decorations!!


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