Lulu’s Life Tips: Managing Your Coworkers, Part 3

Hello friendlies! Lulu here, with my third and final segment on managing your coworkers! Now just to recap, in my first segment I showed you how to pry your coworker out of their chair by woofing at them, and in my second segment I showed you how to manage your playing—I mean, working—environment by maneuvering them into the correct location to engage in break time activities. In my third segment, I address the question: Couldn’t you and your coworker use a little fresh air right now?

Now, just like how your coworker may not know when to stand up for a while, they also may not know when it’s time to go outside. You can help them remember that the outdoors exists by gently leading them to an exit and dancing around a little. They will probably get the hint. If they don’t, you can always try barking again.

And if, while you’re outside, you have to take a little time to take care of the necessities, that’s all right too. When nature calls, we must all obey, right? This is Lulu, rolling over and out!

Charlee: “We’re starting to suspect this whole thing was just an elaborate ruse for you to get let outside to go potty.”
Lulu: “I’m sure I have no idea what you’re talking about.”
Chaplin: “Maybe you should just ask Mama and Dada to get you a litter box so you don’t have to worry about having someone open the door for you.”
Lulu: “Don’t you think a litter box the size of a kiddie pool would be a hard sell?”
Charlee: “I don’t see why. I’ve heard that adding a bathroom can only increase your property values.”

9 thoughts on “Lulu’s Life Tips: Managing Your Coworkers, Part 3

  1. Pretty sure that’s NOT the kind of bathroom that increases property values. It actually might get you on the 6:00 news. Stick to the door dance and get outside.

    Love and licks,


  2. NAK would suggest a fluffy tail over the kho-workers until they screamed unkhle!

    AND Khousin E says ZoomiEs for sure – rolled by rolls in the grass!

    All Of Us At NAK’s Khottage


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