How Minnesota’s pets are handling their humans’ COVID-19 work-from-home routine
A rigorous analysis of the teleworking readiness of our furry friends and companions.
By Hannah Sayle
Minnesotans are rounding the corner on the first full week of social-distancing measures meant to curb the spread of novel coronavirus, COVID-19. For those of you working from home, we asked: How are your pets adjusting to your constant presence around the house?
The responses were swift and manifold. After robust stastical analysis, area pets seem to fall into five categories of teleworking readiness:
–Ready to work
-Ready to receive nonstop attention
-Ready to continue napping
-Ready to hide out until this ends
-Ready for you to leave, please
Without further ado, here are our findings:
Reporting for duty