Will our pets suffer when we go back to work? We ask the expert
1 month ago - By The Guardian
Animal behaviour specialist Ryan Neile on how to get pets used to not being able to sit on our laps all day Like many other Britons - a whopping 3.2 million to be precise - I welcomed a pet into my home during the pandemic. Since then, wherever I go in the house, my cat is sure to follow: she joins me on Zoom calls and even at dinner, taking her seat on the spare chair. But as more employees return to places of work, how will their pets be affected? And will they ever forgive us for leaving them? I spoke to Ryan Neile, head of behaviour at animal charity Blue Cross. Hi Ryan! As I was...
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