I still dream of having a therapy cat in my counseling practice, and I hope Nahum might be the one. Nahum didn't actually ride loose in the car, when the car was moving he was in the carrier. It's been ages since he has been in the car, so I figured I would start with giving him time in the car. He was nervous, but also curious.
I only live a short distance from my office, so he didn't have to suffer too long in the carrier. Once in the office he explored.
He was scared but also curious. He stayed pretty close to me the entire time.
The idea of this visit was just to give him some time to get used to the office. He's been here before, but it was years ago.
I'll keep bringing him here a little bit at a time so he gets very familiar with the space. Once that happens I can start to think about introducing him to my patients.
Take your cat to work day! I think having pets at work would be so great, but I would never get any work done :(ReplyDelete
I believe Nahum has the temperament for meeting new people.ReplyDelete
That is a wonderful idea. We know he would be a great addition to your work!!ReplyDelete
Nahum looks like he would be the perfect therapy cat. I hope he enjoys that because I think he has the right personality to help.ReplyDelete
I think a therapy cat is a great idea and Nahum would be great at it!ReplyDelete
oh, what a beautiful boy!ReplyDelete
I LOVE it. I hope so much that it works out. What a great idea. Nahum, think you might be up for it, handsome boy? xxooReplyDelete
He is such a gorgeous boy. Hope he is a great addition to your practice.ReplyDelete
Good work, Nahum! :)ReplyDelete
What a brilliant idea, and i am sure in no time he'll be right at home at the office.ReplyDelete
Nahum looks like he would make a great therapy cat. Dad is an RN but now works for a big company. He thinks when he retires that may be something he would like to do. He says Rumpy would be purrfect. He would need claw trims since he likes to reach out and touch everyone.ReplyDelete
Very good idea
Timmy and Dad